Killington—N.Y. from American Slopes That Are Still Open

American Slopes That Are Still Open

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Open daily until May 11, with weekends until May 26.

Hoping to make it to Mother’s Day, Snowbird has scheduled live music, free movies and other events for the extended spring season.

Killington—N.Y.

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Open into May and possibly June.

One of the few mountains vying for title of “longest season in the East,” Killington is riding out this long winter weather for all it’s worth. They say that they’ll be open “as long as the snow lasts.”

Alta—Utah

Alta.com

Open daily until April 20, with weekends until May 4.

With 400 inches of snow this season and snowmaking capability, Alta is able to keep four of their seven lifts open into May.

Aspen—Colo.

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Open daily until April 20, with weekends until May 4.

Catch a few more sunny days at Aspen before they close for the season on May 4. Their must-see version of pond skim, called Schneetag, is on April 20 and is sure to be a good time.

Loveland Ski Area—Colo.

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Open until May 4.

This popular ski area is still getting hit with snow. Loveland still has more than 80 trails open, leaving plenty of spring skiing territory for anyone who wants it.

Sugarbush—Vermont

Sugarbush.com

Open until May 4.

Another mountain still seeing snowfall on the East Coast is Sugarbush. Though many of their trails are currently closed, they’ve maintained solid bases on the open trails and have plenty to offer eager skiers.

Sugarloaf—Maine

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Open until May 4.

This Maine ski gem has been able to keep the majority of their runs open through spring. As an added bonus, you can save some money and buy a pack of three spring lift tickets for $155.

Jay Peak—Vermont

Jaypeakresort.com

Open until May 11.

According to Jay Peak, nearly 90 percent of their terrain is currently open and you can access that terrain using any of their lifts, which are all still open. The only big difference between January and April is the beautiful sun.

Crystal Mountain—Wash.

Crystalmountainresort.com

Open daily until April 20, with weekends until May 18.

This lesser-known mountain has seen almost 350 inches of snow so far this season and is currently maintaining more than 20 trails. Stop by on April 19 for the Bikini & Board Short competition, and take advantage of $30 lift tickets during the extended weekends.

Mt. Bachelor—Ore.

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Open until May 25.

Mt. Bachelor has a solid snow base which will make the mountain skiable until Memorial Day Weekend, far longer than most other mountains in the U.S.

Snowbird—Utah

Flickr/snowbirdphoto: Mark Edlund

Open daily until May 11, with weekends until May 26.

Hoping to make it to Mother’s Day, Snowbird has scheduled live music, free movies and other events for the extended spring season.

Mammoth Mountain—Calif.

Mammothmountain.com

Open until May 26 (or later).

Mammoth seems to defy the reality of spring. They have more than 140 trails open, more than 20 lifts running and they plan to stay open as long as conditions are this sweet.