When are the closing dates for Colorado’s ski resorts? What you need to know.

By Jim Lawson on April 3, 2024
When are the closing dates for Colorado's ski resorts? What you need to know.
Copper Mountain, Colorado. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

When are the closing dates for Colorado’s ski resorts? What you need to know.

We’re about to put another ski/boarding season in the books and this year we’ve seen some tremendous conditions in Colorado’s high country.

As of today, April 3, 2024, here are the listed closing dates of some of our top mountains.

When are the closing dates for Colorado's ski resorts? What you need to know.
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April 7: Aspen Highlands, Cooper, Crested Butte, Kendall, Keystone, Powderhorn, Sunlight, Telluride, Wolf Creek

April 14:  Beaver Creek, Breckenridge (Peaks 9 and 10), Echo Mountain, Purgatory begins opening only Friday-Sunday through April 28, Silverton, Snowmass

April 21: Aspen Mountain, Breckenridge (Peak 8 Rocky Mountain Super Chair, Chair 5 and Rip’s Ride, but after April 21 only Colorado Super Chair, Imperial and T-Bar on Peak 8, plus Peaks 6 and 7 will be open with the BreckConnect Gondola closing April 30), Eldora, Monarch, Steamboat, Vail & Winter Park (Mary Jane will stay open as long as snow lasts, which was May 29 last year)

April 28: Copper Mountain

May 12: Loveland

Late May: Mary Jane side of Winter Park, Breckenridge remaining terrain

June 2: Arapahoe Basin

Keep in mind that some resorts provided firm dates, other dates might be adjusted depending on how the base holds up.

When are the closing dates for Colorado's ski resorts? What you need to know.
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