Spring has sprung in North America, but that doesn’t mean that ski season is over just yet. Another batch of mountains are getting ready to shut down this weekend, but many more are sticking around until later May or June. In addition, snow is coming to some ski resorts out west this weekend. In terms of East Coast mountains, it’s gonna be rain on Sunday.

Here’s a rundown of the mountains still open in North America, along with their projected closing dates.



  • Arizona Snowbowl: It will reopen on May 4th for the first bonus weekend of skiing and riding and close temporarily on May 5th. At least two more bonus weekends are planned (May 11-12 and May 18-19).


  • Donner Ski Ranch: Reopening May 4-5, and will continue to spin the lifts on weekends depending on snow conditions and consumer demand. Their closing date is May 12th.
  • Mt. Baldy: Reopening May 4-5th for its closing weekend.
  • Mammoth Mountain: May 27th
  • Palisades Tahoe: The Palisades Tahoe side will be open seven days a week and will close on May 27th. The Alpine Valley side is closed for the season.


  • Banff Sunshine Village (Alberta): May 20th
  • Lake Louise (Alberta): May 5th
  • Marmot Basin: May 5th
  • Sommet Saint Sauveur (Quebec): Open weekends until May 20th.
  • Whistler Blackcomb (BC): May 20th


  • Arapahoe Basin: Into June (Closing date TBA)
  • Breckenridge: May 12th
  • Copper Mountain: May 12th
  • Loveland: May 12th
  • Winter Park: Into May (Closing date TBA)


  • Sugarloaf: May 5th


  • Lee Canyon: Reopened today, May 3rd, and staying open until May 5th.

New Jersey

  • Big SNOW American Dream: Open year-round.


  • Mt. Bachelor: May 26th. Lifts are currently operating daily from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
  • Mt. Hood Meadows: Bonus weekends (Friday-Sunday) until May 18th.
  • Timberline: As late as possible.


  • Brian Head: May 12th, lifts operate daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. until May 5th. Reopening May 10th for a bonus weekend.
  • Brighton: Crest 6 will reopen today, May 3rd, and operate daily until May 19th.
  • Snowbird: Daily skiing ends on May 12th. They’ll be open weekends (Saturday & Sunday) until May 27th. Potentially longer if conditions permit.
  • Solitude: May 12


  • Jay Peak: Either May 5th or the weekend of May 11-12. Daily operations will conclude on April 28th, with weekend operations beginning on May 4th, with a potential closing on May 5th. If possible, they aim to reopen on May 11th.
  • Sugarbush: May 5th. Closed midweek after April 28th and then reopening May 3-5th for Ski & Tee Weekend.
  • Killington: Late May or early June. Superstar is open daily until May 5th, then weekends only the rest of the way.

We’re cruising with 13 trails still to shred. Get here early for some perfect spring groomers or arrive fashionably late to rip the bumps! #beast365 #killington #skitok

♬ In the Forest – Lesfm & Olexy


  • Crystal Mountain: Reopening May 3-5. Closing date is May 5th.

Image/Video Credits: Palisades Tahoe (Featured Image), Sugarloaf Mountain, Timberline Lodge, Killington Resort, Crystal Mountain Resort

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