Though Crested Butte Mountain Resort closed on April 2nd, there are still a number of Colorado resorts open for spring skiing. And with another storm system headed our way, it’s hard to hang up the skis just quite yet. Here is a list of Colorado resorts still open for spring skiing:
- Purgatory Resort – April 30
- Copper Mountain – May 7
- Loveland – May 7
- Winter Park – May 21
- Breckenridge – May 28
- Arapahoe Basin – June 4
According to the National Weather Service, several feet (yes feet!) of snow are set to hit parts of Colorado through Wednesday, April 26th. Winter Park could get as much as 24″ of new snow out of this storm system. With these incoming spring storms, we may see resorts such as Arapahoe Basin extend their seasons even further. To keep tabs on the projected closing dates for each of these resorts, visit: On The Snow
To keep track of spring snow storms across the state visit sites such as the National Weather Service or the Open Snow Colorado Daily Snow Forecast & Ski Report. If you’re thinking about some spring backcountry skiing, be sure to check the local forecast and avalanche information. The Crested Butte Avalanche Center is no longer issuing daily forecasts however you can still find information at the Colorado Avalanche Information Center.
Spring skiing can be a lot of fun and a great way to beat the off-season blues. Have fun these last few weeks and most importantly, stay safe!
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