Colorado Ski Resorts Season Closing Dates - mantoothcompany.com

For all the ski bums out there, that green grass poking up outside is less of a celebration and more of a disappointment. It’s been a good run, but like all good things, this year’s ski season must come to an end. Don’t fret yet, though, there’s still time on the clock before at least some of your favorite Colorado ski resorts shut down for the season:

Loveland Ski Area

  • Closing Date: May 8
  • Driving Time from Fort Collins: 1 hour 45 minutes
  • Perk to Get You Back Next Year: Parking is free at both the basin and the valley.

Arapahoe Basin

  • Closing Date: June 1
  • Driving Time from Fort Collins: 2 hours
  • Perk to Get You Back Next Year: The basin is home to 109 trails.

Keystone

  • Closing Date: April 10
  • Driving Time from Fort Collins: 2 hours
  • Perk to Get You Back Next Year: The Kidtopia area has several kid-friendly events every day.

Winter Park

  • Closing Date: May 7
  • Driving Time from Fort Collins: 2 hours 15 minutes
  • Perk to Get You Back Next Year: The park averages over 320 inches of snowfall each year.

Copper Mountain

  • Closing Date: April 24
  • Driving Time from Fort Collins: 2 hours 15 minutes
  • Perk to Get You Back Next Year: The mountain includes several different tubing hills to explore.

Steamboat Springs

  • Closing Date: April 12
  • Driving Time from Fort Collins: 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Perk to Get You Back Next Year: The longest run – Why Not – is over three miles long.

Aspen Snowmass

  • Closing Date: April 10
  • Driving Time from Fort Collins: 4 hours 15 minutes
  • Perk to Get You Back Next Year: 30 percent of runs are ranked at the expert level.

Soak in as much skiing as you can in the next month, and then check back for more Colorado adventure ideas for the summer!

 

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