Mother's Day bump skiing at Killington. Credit: Killington Resort via Facebook

There are still plenty of ski resorts set to be open across the United States this weekend, with one on the East Coast and ten throughout the rest of the country. Of those 11 resorts, nine have a base snow depth above 50″, and four have a base depth at or above 100″. The following depths are based on information presented by resort websites as of 12 p.m. on May 15.

The resort with the lowest base depth, or #11 on this list, is (surprise surprise) Killington. The Vermont resort is hoping to continue skiing as late as they possibly can, with social media comments pointing towards goals of skiing on June 1st, but their base depth sits just over a foot at 15 inches. So will that be enough to run to the end of the month?

At the top of our list sits resorts from Oregon, Utah, and California, with Timberline Lodge reigning supreme. Timberline Lodge typically stays open throughout the summer, so it’s so surprise that their base depth is still quite high at 126 inches of snow. In second, Snowbird sits at 116″, currently running weekends only until at least Memorial Day Weekend.

The following list includes 11 ski resorts within the United States that are still running their lifts this weekend, whether or not this weekend is their last or their currently running on weekends only. The base depth is the snow depth at the base of the mountain, provided by resort websites.

  1. Timberline Lodge, Oregon – 126″
  2. Snowbird, Utah – 116″
  3. Palisades Tahoe, California – 104″
  4. Brighton Resort, Utah – 100″
  5. Mount Hood Meadows, Oregon – 90″
  6. Mount Bachelor, Oregon – 76″
  7. Winter Park Resort, Colorado – 64″
  8. Arapahoe Basin, Colorado – 63″
  9. Arizona Snowbowl Ski Resort, Arizona – 55″
  10. Mammoth Mountain, California – 43″
  11. Killington Resort, Vermont – 15″

Related: 11 U.S. Ski Resorts That Are Still Open This Weekend

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