6 Ski Resorts Still Open in North America:

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Skier's left off Chair 3 this am.
Skier’s left off Chair 3 at Mammoth on Saturday.

We lost some big ski resorts last weekend and we had one ski resort saved by a big snowstorm.

Mammoth was scheduled to close yesterday but an 18-inch dump of snow extended their season indefinitely.  They’ll certainly make it to May 17th and maybe longer.  Mammoth might actually get more snow this week which could extend their season even longer.

Mt. Bachelor, Snowbird, Lake Louise, and more all closed their doors for the season yesterday.

California, Oregon, Colorado, Vermont, and Canada are still in the game.  Let’s all get out there and get after it while we still can.

Ah, Springtime…  Park, pipe, shorts, bikinis, hot tubs, hot springs, ice cream, beer, beer guts, sunglasses, stinky sunscreen, hot dogs, ball caps, sunburns, costumes, and deep powder.

SKI RESORTS STILL OPEN IN NORTH AMERICA:

#3 snow slider on Chair 23 today making a slash that counts.
#3 snow slider on Chair 23 Saturday making a slash that counts.

CALIFORNIA:

Mammoth (????)

Sit skier crushing chair 3 pow this am.
Sit skier crushing chair 3 pow on Saturday.

COLORADO:

Arapahoe Basin (June?)

Arapahoe Basin, CO yesterday.  Full on 14" powder day.  photo:  aaron rice/snowbrains
Arapahoe Basin, CO yesterday. Full on 14″ powder day. photo: aaron rice/snowbrains

OREGON:

Timberline (September)

Timberline, OR building a new terrain park yesterday.
Timberline, OR building a new terrain park yesterday.

VERMONT:

Killington (Weekends until June)

Killington, VT yesterday
Killington, VT yesterday

CANADA:

Whistler-Blackcomb (May 18th)

Sunshine Village (May 18th)

Whistler, B.C.  Yesterday.
Whistler, B.C. looking good yesterday.

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