Open Ski Resorts
Currently open ski resorts as well as those that are reopening on the weekend for resorts across the US, Canada, South America and the Australias.
- Arapahoe Basin (Colorado)
OPEN, 3 lifts, 33 runs
- Mammoth / June (California)
OPEN, 3 lifts, 49 runs
- Timberline Lodge (Oregon)
OPEN, 2 lifts, 7 runs
US Mid West
All ski resorts in Mid West US are now closed for the season. Resorts in the Mid West usually open early to mid November although it is not uncommon for a few to open in late October. Early season openers typically include Trollhaugen, Wisconsin, Wild Mountain, Minnesota and Ski Brule, Michigan.
All ski resorts in the Eastern US are now closed for the season. Typically ski areas in Eastern US open mid to late November. Killington, Vermont and Sunday River, Maine are usually the first to open in late October/early November. Other early openers include Loon and Wildcat in New Hampshire. Whiteface and Gore Mountain are usually the first to open in New York
All ski resorts in the Western Canada are now closed for the season. Western Canadian resorts typically reopen in mid to late November. Early season openers typically include Nakiska, Lake Louise and Marmot Basin, all in Alberta. In BC, Whistler and Grouse Mountain usually open first.
All ski resorts in Eastern Canada are now closed for the season. Resorts in Eastern Canada typically open late November or early to mid December. Saint-Sauveur is usally the first to open in Quebec followed by Mont Tremblant. In Ontario Mount St. Louis Moonstone, Hidden Valley Highlands, and Horseshoe Valley are usually first to open.
All ski resorts in South America and the Australias are closed for the season. The South American ski season starts mid June and runs through to October. The Australias season runs early June through the end of September.