California Ski Resort Closing Dates | Ski Season Is Still In Full Swing

Chris Wallner | | Industry NewsIndustry News
Spring conditions are All-Time at Squaw currently. Image: Squaw Valley Facebook Page

If you still have an itch to get some turns in, head to California because you’ve still got plenty of time to ski. Multiple resorts are expected to stay open until or even past the 4th of July. That’s right, you still have well over 2.5 months of skiing left. Record precipitation totals have left the Sierra buried in snow. As the snow begins to melt, skiers will enjoy some incredible spring skiing conditions. Get out there and have some fun on the mountain.

Closing Dates For California Ski Resorts:

Still plenty of snow at Mammoth. Image: Mammoth Mountain Facebook Page

Mammoth Mountain: 4th of July

Squaw Valley: 4th of July

Freshies at Sugar Bowl. Image: Grant Barta

Sugar Bowl: TBD

Alpine Meadows: TBD

Mt. Rose got BURIED this winter. Image: Mt. Rose Facebook Page

Mt. Rose, NV: 5/29

Heavenly: 4/30

Boreal was DEEP on Thursday. Image: @jake_tahoe

Boreal: 4/23

Northstar: 4/23

Sierra-At-Tahoe: 4/23

Still PLENTY of snow at Kirkwood. Image: Kirkwood Facebook Page

Kirkwood: 4/16

Homewood: 4/16

Mt. Shasta Ski Park: 4/16

Season is over. Image: Bear Mountain Facebook Page

Bear Mountain: Closed

June Mountain: Closed

Snow Summit: Closed

Mountain High: Closed

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One thought on “California Ski Resort Closing Dates | Ski Season Is Still In Full Swing

  1. remind me, why does Kirkwood close with 30 + feet of snow? Is their following so meager? that area never ceases to amaze! aside from the rant, I do want to know.

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