Only the 2 summer specialists are still chuggin’ along in North America: Timberline & Whistler. But the X factor did resurface this week as Nate Fillnow proved that there is still good skiing from the Snowbird Tram this week. He skied Main Chute at Snowbird on June 24th and it still goes. The Snowbird & Jackson Hole trams are open for skiing and riding… if you want it bad enough.
It was sad to see Beartooth Basin close down, but considering what a dry winter it was in most of the USA, it’s fantastic they stayed open so long and got all their camps and comps in without issue.
CLOSING DATES FOR SKI RESORTS IN N. AMERICA:
– Timberline, OR = September
– Whistler Blackcomb, B.C. = July 28th
Snowbird tram access to Alta’s Main Chute on June 24th, 2013
– Jackson Hole Tram, WY = until the snow runs out… (this is still doable as of last week. We have a report coming from June 5th shortly. Check out the photo below.)
– Snowbird Tram, UT = until the snow runs out… (Check out the above video from June 24th)
Valle Nevado, Nevados de Chillan, Catedral, Portillo, and Cerro Castor are OPEN right now in South America…
Check out opening dates for South America: South American Ski Resort Opening Dates
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