Ski season isn't over just yet! While most ski areas in Colorado have now closed for the season, some slopes remain open for spring shredding. As of Thursday, here are the four ski resorts that still open around the state of Colorado.
Lifts will keep spinning at both Winter Park and Loveland ski areas until Sunday, May 9.
The Winter Park side of the resort closed on April 25, leaving the Mary Jane side open until Sunday, May 9. The Super Gauge, Galloping Goose, Sunnyside, and Panoramic Express ski lifts will continue spinning until closing day, according to the Winter Park Resort website.
Loveland Ski Area is made up of two separate base areas Loveland Basin and Loveland Valley. The valley is closed for the season but the basin is set to remain open until Sunday, May 9.
After Winter Park and Loveland close next Sunday, that leaves two Summit County resorts still open for the season – Breckenridge and Arapahoe Basin.
While Breckenridge plans to remain open through Memorial Day, Arapahoe Basin still hasn’t announced a closing date. Arapahoe Basin chief operating officer Alan Henceroth is confident the resort will be able to stay open until at least June per usual.
“I think there’s six or seven years we’ve made it to July,” Henceroth told The Know by Denver Post Entertainment. “It’s almost about average, if we get into early June.”
According to Joel Gratz of OpenSnow, there will be multiple chances for snow with 5 to 10 inches in the forecast from Saturday night to Tuesday night (May 2-4) and likely more snow hitting from Sunday to Tuesday (May 9-11).
Editor’s Note: Dates are subject to change, pending weather. Please check individual resorts for official opening date prior to planning your travels.