When every Colorado ski area is scheduled to close this season

When every Colorado ski area is scheduled to close this season

Spring skiing is here, and that means Colorado ski resorts are approaching the end of their seasons. We’ve pulled together their current projected closing dates. Keep in mind that:

  • All dates listed below are subject to change, and we will be updating this list as changes are announced.
  • Arapahoe Basin says it will stay open “at least” through June 7, and given the abundant snow that has been falling in the northern and central mountains, it’s likely to stay open well past that date.
  • Ski Cooper will be open daily through April 12, and reopen the following weekend (April 17-19).
  • Winter Park will close April 26, but Mary Jane may stay open past that date.
  • The first big closing date will be April 12, when nine areas are scheduled to close. Five more are scheduled to close a week later. Three areas — Loveland, Breckenridge and A-Basin — will be operating in May.

Colorado ski area 2020 closing dates

Arapahoe Basin — June 7

Aspen Highlands — April 12

Aspen — April 19

Beaver Creek — April 12

Buttermilk — April 5

Breckenridge — May 25

Cooper — April 19

Copper Mountain — April 19

Crested Butte — April 12

Echo Mountain — April 12

Eldora — April 12

Granby — March 29

Hesperus — Closed March 8

Howelsen — March 15

Kendall — March 29

Keystone — April 12

Loveland — May 10

Monarch — April 12

Powderhorn — March 29

Purgatory — April 12

Silverton — April 19

Snowmass — April 19

Steamboat — April 12

Sunlight — April 5

Telluride — April 5

Vail — April 19

Winter Park — April 26

Wolf Creek — April 5

Sources: Colorado Ski Country USA and individual resort spokespersons.

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