Idaho, Montana, & Wyoming 2020-2021 Season Closing Dates

Liam Abbott | | Industry NewsIndustry News
In Wyoming, skiing doesn’t need to stop just because it’s summer. In fact, Beartooth Basin is a summer-only ski resort that has been open for years! Image courtesy of Beartooth Basin.

As April looms just one day away and the warm weather begins to make its presence felt, ski resorts in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming will see the end of their seasons coming up within the month. Although no resorts in these states currently have their seasons scheduled to go into May, there is still almost a full month of skiing to cram in up to then.

Here is the list of all the major ski resorts in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming with their closing dates. Please note that these dates are subject to change and were correct when the article was published. To get the most up-to-date information, please visit each resort’s website linked below.

Idaho:

Bogus Basin: April 11th

Brundage: April 11th

Cottonwood Butte: Closed

Kelly Canyon: Closed

Little Ski Hill: Closed

Lookout Pass: April 19th

Magic Mountain: Closed

Pebble Creek: Closed

Pomerelle: April 3rd

Schweitzer: April 11th

Silver Mountain: April 18th

Snowhaven: Closed

Soldier Mountain: Closed

Sun Valley: April 11th

Tamarack: April 4th

Montana:

Bear Paw Ski Bowl: Closed

Big Sky: April 18th

Blacktail Mountain: TBD

Bridger Bowl: April 4th

Discovery Ski Area: April 4th

Great Divide: April 10th (potentially past that)

Lost Trail: April 4th

Maverick Mountain: Closed

Montana Snowbowl: April 4th

Red Lodge Mountain: April 11th

Showdown Montana: April 3rd

Teton Pass: April 10th

Turner Mountain: Closed

Whitefish Mountain: April 11th

Wyoming:

Antelope Butte: April 12th (tentative)

Beartooth Basin: open in summer only, TBD on when opening day is.

Grand Targhee: April 11th

Hogadon Basin: April 4th (tentative)

Jackson Hole: April 11th

Meadowlark: April 4th

Pine Creek: Closed

Sleeping Giant: Closed

Snow King: Closed

Snowy Range: April 11th

White Pine: Closed

Is there any we missed? Let us know!

One might think the snow is over, but mother nature has other plans. Just five days ago, Sun Valley, ID, received 9″ of fresh snow. Image courtesy of Sun Valley.

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