It’s that time of the year again. The temperatures are rising, and the snow is melting, which unfortunately means that ski resorts across the country have begun to announce their final dates. This means you only have a few more weeks to squeeze in those final turns before having to put those skis in the closet until next season.
If you’ve been too busy skiing and haven’t been staying updated on closing day news, then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled a list of all the closing days for every resort that we service so you’ll know exactly when your favorite resort is closing down and can plan your final turns accordingly.
Park City Mountain Resorts: April 17th
Deer Valley Resort: April 17th
Alta: April 17th (Alta will be having a bonus three-day closing weekend starting April 22nd.)
Snowbird: Estimated May 1st (Snowbird will stay open as long as they have enough snow. Make sure to check their website in the coming weeks to find out when exactly they will be closing.)
Brighton Resort: April 24th
Solitude Mountain: May 1st
Northstar: April 17th (estimated)
Heavenly: April 24th
Palisades Tahoe: May 1st (Will stay open longer if weather permits.)
Alpine Meadows: May 9th (Spring hours of operation are 9am-2pm on weekdays and 9am-3pm on weekends.)
Jackson Hole: April 10th (estimated)
Vail: May 1st
Breckenridge: May 30th
Steamboat: April 10th
Aspen: April 24th
Snowmass: April 17
Beaver Creek: April 17th
Telluride: April 3rd
Sun Valley: April 17th
Big Sky: April 24th
Whistler: May 23rd (estimated)
Now that you know when the mountains are closing. It’s time to plan that final ski trip before the lifts stop running!