Thanks to an extra foot of snow in the last week at many Colorado resorts, extended-season announcements are starting to trickle in. Aspen Snowmass, Keystone, Vail and Copper Mountain are among the first to report the good news, but we anticipate more announcements to come. Here are some more details on extended and closing-day dates.
Aspen Mountain | April 23
The official Aspen Mountain closing day will still be held on April 16, but the resort will stay open until April 23.
Beaver Creek | April 10
Breckenridge | April 23
Buttermilk | April 2
Crested Butte | April 9
Copper Mountain | April 16
Keystone | April 16
Thanks to nearly a foot of fresh in the past week, Keystone is extending their closing from April 9 to April 16, however the Slush Cup was held April 9.
Steamboat | April 16
Snowmass | April 16
Telluride | April 2
Vail | April 23
Winter Park | April 30
Winter Park proper will stop the bullwheel on April 23, but Mary Jane stays open until April 30.
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