We’ve reached the end of the ski season, folks. Despite all the season extensions, the extra weekends, and the plentiful snowfall, summer is here. If you’re still hoping to make some turns in June, you have three options left.
There's been a slew of season extensions this week, from Aspen Mountain to A-Basin announcing they will keep the lifts turning through June 12. But Mammoth has trumped everyone with the announcement that they will remain open daily through July 4.
We've rounded up the 15 ski areas still open in North America so that you can enjoy all your late-season turns. Just remember, the spring sun is no joke, so slap on the sunscreen, don't forget the dark goggle lenses, and get out there.
It's waterfall season in the mountains, and that also means that soon the wildflowers will be popping up. We've rounded up five of the best wildflower hikes in ski country to get you moving. Just don't forget to hydrate.
With ski areas across North America shutting down the lifts, many resorts are saying goodbye to winter with epic end-of-season pond skims. We've got photos of one of the biggest pond skim events of the year at Mammoth Mountain, California.
Mammoth hasn't closed before Memorial Day in 28 years (even during recent drought years), and with loads of snow this winter that streak won't end anytime soon. We've rounded up 16 vintage photos full of sun, neon, and amazing hair.
El Niño might have blessed California with the most snow since 2012, but it didn't do enough to end the region's four-year drought. The state recently surveyed the snowpack of the Sierra and we break down all the results.