Late-season powder day potential continues to skyrocket thanks to the continued snowstorms we’ve seen this late into the year and their impact on extending seasons for many resorts. While the spring skiing season is shaping up to be a solid one with more storms on the way, we’ve rounded up a running list of which resorts have already announced their plans to extend this year’s season. It’s worthwhile to note that these dates are tentative, specifically if they get additional snow which could keep their ski seasons going for even longer than they’re currently predicting. See below for the current list, as of 4/12/23, and bring on the endless winter season!

British Columbia, Canada Resorts

Silver Star groomers
Wide open, uncrowded slopes make for safe and fun learning for kids. | Photo: Silver Star Mountain Resort

California Resorts

Heavenly snow, snowfall Heavenly, snow storm Heavenly
Lake Tahoe looks best blanketed in fresh snow. | Photo: Heavenly Ski Resort

Colorado Resorts

Copper snow, where is it snowing in Copper
Skier soaks in a powder day at Copper Mountain | Photo Credit: Copper Mountain

Oregon Resorts

  • Ashland Ski Area: new closing day is April 23. Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays through March then open weekends only through April.
  • Mt. Bachelor: new closing day is May 28.

New York Resorts

Pennsylvania Resorts

Utah Resorts

Park City, spring skiing, powder day
Plenty of powder to go around at found at Park City Resort. | Photo Credit: Park City/Vail Mountain Resorts

Vermont Resorts

Washington Resorts

Powder fanatics across the country, and even more so out west, are ecstatic about these longer seasons in store. Check back here for more updates on resorts that hop on the bandwagon for extending seasons, and for those who announce skiing during the summer months as well.