Spring is in the air, summer’s around the corner, and many resorts are already closing. But that doesn’t mean you missed all the fun! It’s not too late to check out these spring skiing fests. They combine the best of sun, snow, brews, music, and more.
Here are the picks for best spring skiing run, restaurant, off slope activity and some interesting spring skiing stats.
Stay Slopeside for $99 and save over 35%
Take advantage of our 35 feet of snowfall by staying slopeside in rooms from $99! Want to spread out and enjoy the luxury of a one-bedroom condo complete with an eat-in kitchen? We have them for just $169 at the Village Lodge and Juniper Springs Resort. Both are only a few steps from the lifts!
Nearly every resort in Colorado got substantial spring snow this week, including Aspen and Copper who both received 16 inches in 48 hours.
DENVER, CO – March 24, 2009 – A spring storm roared into Colorado early Monday morning, showering Colorado’s high country with mounds of snow in time for spring ski deals and events. Nearly every Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) resort received new snow in the last 48 hours, with Aspen and Copper boasting as much as 16 inches each.
Prices plummet as snow totals climb at Utah ski resorts.
SALT LAKE CITY, UT - February 13, 2009 - A streak of winter storms has pummeled Utah ski and snowboard resorts creating epic conditions for President's Day snowriders. In addition to healthy helpings of The Greatest Snow on Earth, Utah resorts are offering exceptional discounts on spring skiing starting now throughout the remaining season. Recent "airfare wars" have lowered many fares in/out of Salt Lake City International Airport, less than an hour drive from 11 Utah ski resorts. There has never been a better time to take a ski trip to Utah than now.