Spring skiing at Timberline Lodge Credit: Timberline Lodge

UNITED STATES – Even though it’s not officially summer, it’s feeling a lot like it in many parts of the country. Today in Denver, temperatures are forecasted to reach into the mid-to-high 80s, and >90°F days are possible later this week.

Two ski resorts saw their final day of the season this past Saturday, June 1. Arizona Snowbowl marked its latest closure in history, while Killington shut things down on The Beast. But the U.S. ski season still isn’t over, and two resorts will still definitely be operating this weekend.

Arapahoe Basin

Arapahoe Basin is officially closed Monday through Thursday for the rest of the season, but weekend operations are still going for at least one more weekend. Lifts will spin once again come Friday, June 7, running normal hours through Sunday, June 9. The area will reopen once again on Friday, June 14, for what could very well be the final weekend. (Further weekends may still be possible if conditions allow).

Timberline Lodge

Timberline Lodge will continue running the Palmer Express with access to the Palmer Snowfield as late as the possibly can, with past years typically running until September. Much of the Palmer Snowfield will be taken up by different ski and snowboard camps throughout the week, but the area maintains that there will always be some space for public use.

Jay Peak

Jay Peak will NOT be open this weekend. But, thanks to some snow under a haystack, the Stateside Magic Carpet will provide access to a small terrain park for the Summer Solstice Sessions rail jam on June 22. Tickets cost $50 for an hour-long session or $100 for the full four hours, but access is limited so act fast if you plan on attending.

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