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Skiing/Snowboarding within 100 miles: What resorts are still open?

Posted by The Team at iHOMES COLORADO on Friday, April 15th, 2016 at 1:03pm.

Happy Friday!

 

With quite a bit of snow in the forecast for this weekend, we wanted to share with you the list of the closest to Denver Colorado ski resorts that are still open. Most of us are ready for consistent warmer weather, however don’t put your skis or snowboards away just yet! Of course with snow coming this weekend, the closing dates may change for the resorts below so we have provided a link to access their closing information for your convenience. We hope you enjoy your weekend. Please share your photos with us by tagging them with #5280Buzz

 

 

Loveland Ski Area (56.3 miles from downtown Denver)

Skiing/Snowboarding within 100 miles: What resorts are still open?Loveland Basin will close on May 8th 2016

Loveland Valley is closed for the season

 

 

Arapahoe Basin Ski Area (63.7 miles from downtown Denver)

Skiing/Snowboarding within 100 miles: What resorts are still open?Tentative closing date: June 5th 2016

Winter Park and Mary Jane (66.3 miles from downtown Denver)

Skiing/Snowboarding within 100 milesMary Jane will be open until Saturday May 7th 2016

Winterpark will close Sunday April 24th 2016

 

 

Copper Mountain (77.5 miles from downtown Denver)

Skiing/Snowboarding within 100 miles: What resorts are still open?The resort will close Sunday April 17th and reopen one last weekend, Friday April 22nd through Sunday April 24th 2016

 

 

Breckenridge Ski Resort (81.7 miles from downtown Denver)

Skiing/Snowboarding within 100 miles: What resorts are still open?Breckenridge’s final day for the 2015/2016 season will be April 24th 2016

 

 

Vail Ski Resort (97 miles from downtown Denver)

Skiing/Snowboarding within 100 miles: What resorts are still open?Vail will close April 17th 2016

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