Serious snow this year means that you can hit the slopes into June.
We've got the most current list of ski area closures for the state. There's still some good skiing to be had this spring, and some ski areas have extended their season. A-Basin, our lone June closer, generally has continually improving snow conditions through March. Telluride often does, as well.
"OVER 28 FEET of snow so far this season, and conditions are amazing!" said Telluride's website.
Of course, these dates still depend on the weather. If we happen to get more snow, which is fairly likely, these dates could change. On the other hand, unseasonably warm weather could cause the dates to move up a bit. Check out our list of closure as of the time of writing.
Arapahoe Basin is expecting to close the season June 2, but skiers are fairly sure it will extend past that. Courtesy of Arapahoe Basin.
Granby Ranch: March 31
Hesperus: daily through March 17, Friday-Sunday through March 31
Kendall Mountain: March 31
Aspen Highlands: Daily through April 14, as well as April 19-21 and April 26-28
Aspen Mountain: April 21
Beaver Creek: April 14
Breckenridge: May 27
Buttermilk: April 7
Ski Cooper: April 7
Copper Mountain: April 21
Crested Butte: April 7
Echo Mountain: April 14
Eldora: April 21
Keystone: April 7
Monarch: Daily through April 7, Friday-Sunday through April 21
Powderhorn: March 31
Purgatory: Daily through April 7, Saturdays and Sundays after with closing date TBD
Silverton: April 14
Snowmass: April 21
Steamboat: April 14
Sunlight: April 7
Telluride: April 7
Vail: April 21
Winter Park: April 21; Mary Jane - May 12
Wolf Creek: Daily through April 7, Friday-Sunday April 8-21
Loveland: May 5
Arapahoe Basin: June 2
Closed for the Season
Howelsen Hill (Nordic Center is still open, however, with some trail-grooming activity)
Are you a fan of late-season skiing? Do you have a favorite place to go? Let us know in the comments, or let us know if there are any other closures to report.