It became a banner ski season in Colorado in phrases of snowfall. Beginning approximately six months ago, large storms piled up upon every other, and mountains like Loveland Ski Area—which saw its fine snowfall in 1996—reaped the benefits. Skiers at the I-70 corridor and past have been making deep turns across Colorado seemingly all season, and even though wintry weather is technically over, some awesome overdue-season snowfall has allowed some mountains to extend their seasons—a few via subsequent weekends and others till the end of May.

Colorado ResortsHere are five mountains that can still be buried in spring-time snow and welcome skiers and riders to revel in each final bit of bluebird skiing.

Lifts are nonetheless spinning: Purgatory Village Express. Access: 30-forty runs, novice to professional terrain
Park access: Five of Purgatory’s terrain parks are slated to live open thru May
Our advice: If you have been waiting all season to strive at freestyle, head to Purgatory’s Paradise terrain park. Since it’s the primary time in records that Durango locals (and traffic) can ski into May, the resort gives loose T-shirts to the first a hundred skiers at the slopes, so make sure to reach early.
Loveland Ski Area

Lifts spinning: Chet’s Dream, Lift 2, Lift four, Lift 6, Ptarmigan, Lift eight, Lift Nine, and the Ridge Cat. Access: eighty-three runs open across the Loveland Ski region, starting from newbie to expert terrain
Bowl gets admission to Bennett’s Bowl, Fire Bowl, Primer Bowl, Patrol Bowl, and Super Bowl. Our recommendation: With 16 inches of new snow this past week, test out the brand-fresh powder on Acceleration and Tempest runs. Loveland’s loose snowcat can run until the ultimate day, offering access to expert terrain and losing off the Continental Divide.
Mary Jane Base at Winter Park

Lifts still spinning: Galloping Goose, Panoramic Express, Super Gauge Express, and Sunnyside. Access: 1,336 acres/50-60 runs ranging from intermediate to expert terrain
Bowl access: Mary Jane and Parsenn Bowls
Our advice: Wind your way down the steep terrain on Pine Cliffs, then check out the Super Gauge Trail. Also, the ever-famous Parsenn Bowl can be open, so ride the Panoramic Express.
Breckenridge Ski Resort

Lifts nevertheless spinning: Independence SuperChair, Horseshoe Bowl T-Bar, Imperial Express, Zendo, and Kensho. Access: a thousand acres/50-60 runs throughout Breck’s Peaks 6, 7, and 8
Bowl access: Imperial Bowl, Horseshoe Bowl, and North Bowl
Our advice: While there’s no open novice terrain, there are still a few high-quality intermediate runs so your complete family can revel in the spring snow. We recommend Angel’s Rest run on Peak 7 or Déjà Vu on Peak 6.
Arapahoe Basin Ski Area

Lifts are nonetheless spinning: Black Mountain Express, Lenawee Mountain, Pallavicini, Zuma, Beavers, and Lazy J Tow, in addition to learner lifts. Access: 40-60 runs throughout A-Basin’s front terrain, lower back bowl, and uphill terrain
Bowl gets admission to Montezuma Bowl. Our advice is to head up the Lenawee Lift and make your manner over to the lower back bowl (we like Independence and Log Roll run). It’s late in the season, with fewer crowds and sunny afternoons. But, if you want to paste to front-side terrain, take an experience down Exhibition.