[UPDATED] These Are the 7 Ski Resorts Open in North America This Week

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Summer is fast approaching, and the tipping point has been reached—there are now more ski resorts closed than there are open. If you still want lift-served turns, you might have to travel a bit.

There are 817 ski resorts in North America, and just eleven (1.3%) remain open. Of those eleven, just seven are open daily through the week.

These are the ski resorts in North America that are open for you this week and their projected closing dates:

Colorado:

  • Winter Park – Mary Jane only through May
  • A-Basin – mid-June

California:

  • Palisades Tahoe – 5/30 (weekends only after 5/1)
  • Mammoth – 5/30

PNW:

  • Crystal Mountain, WA – 5/30 (Fri, Sat, Sun only)
  • Mt Bachelor, OR – 5/29 (8:30 am – 1:30 pm daily, conditions permitting)
  • Timberline Lodge, OR – through summer as long as conditions allow




Northeast:

  • Killington, VT – Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays as long as conditions permit

Canada:

  • Sommet Saint-Sauveur, QC – 5/21 (Saturday only)
  • Sunshine Village, AB – 5/23
  • Whistler Blackcomb, BC – Whistler Mountain closed, Blackcomb open through 5/23





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6 thoughts on “[UPDATED] These Are the 7 Ski Resorts Open in North America This Week

  1. Palisades Tahoe is open Friday-Sunday through May, with Memorial Day (Monday, 5/30) as the last day of operations

  2. Mont Miller in Murdochville, QC will be open April 30 – May 1st and Sommet Saint-Sauveur will probably be open until Québec national Patriot’s Day which is May 23rd 2022.

  3. Ski Lookout Pass on the Idaho & Montana border just off I-90 at Exit 0 will also be open on Sat. & Sun. April 23-24, 9am to 3 pm. We enjoyed a beautiful powder day on Sunday April 17th. Prior to that we were open 7 days a week for 127 days. Discounted Lift tickets for our guests just $45 Adults/Active Military & College Students w/ID, $35 for Youth and Seniors ages 62 to 79 years. Guests that own a Season Pass at any other ski area will save even more: Show your Season Pass and get a lift ticket for the day for only $29.50 Adults, $27.50 Active Military & College Students and just $23.50 for Youth ages 7 to 17 or Seniors ages 62 to 79 years. Conditions are incredible.

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