The Season Isn't Over 'til It's Over
For many resorts, the last weeks of the season are upon us, which means it's time to savor those last spring turns! The good news is that mother nature is here for us snow lovers. Late season storms are maintaining a healthy base of snow in the west, and snow showers across the country this week mean the possibility of fresh tracks for the weekend.
The Rocky Mountains, from Montana to Utah are expecting about 4-8 inches of snow over the next few days, while Vermont and New Hampshire may get a more modest 2-3". Meanwhile Kirkwood Mountain Resort in California is anticipating a stunning 15" by the end of the weekend. For more detailed and up to date snow forecasts, check out the resources over at OpenSnow.com.
Did you know that many resorts offer spring skiing deals and discount passes?
While we will morn the closure of many of our favorite mountains over the next couple of weeks, some North American ski mountains pride themselves on their late closure dates and months of spring skiing. At many of these resorts, you can find great spring deals on lodging and buy specific discount passes just for the spring months. A spring pass at one of these resorts can save you money, and help you soak up every last drop of winter. Check out these spring pass options from resorts that routinely stay open into June.
Arapahoe Basin's Spring Pass - from $269
OR double down, and ski the rest of this season and next for $429!
Killington's Nor'Beaster Spring Pass - from $219
Mt Bachelor Springtacular Pass - from $249
Mt. Hood Meadows Spring Pass - from $169
Timberline Lodge Spring Pass - from $139
Winter Park Spring Triple Play Pass - from $159