It was a legendary winter in Northern California. But with spring moving its way into the region, all good things must come to an end.
Unprecedented snowfall has led numerous NorCal ski resorts to prolong their 2022/23 ski seasons. Each resort will remain operational at least through mid-April, with some staying open until the Memorial Day holiday and potentially even past the July 4th weekend. For Mammoth Mountain’s historic snowpack, the closing date might come at the end of the summer.
Here are all of the closing dates for ski resorts in Northern California:
- Tahoe Donner: April 16
- Sierra at Tahoe: April 16
- Mt. Shasta Ski Park: April 16
- Sugar Bowl: April 23
- Mt. Rose: April 30
- Northstar: April 30
- Diamond Peak: May 1
- Heavenly: May 7
- Kirkwood: May 14
- Palisades Tahoe: July 4
- Mammoth Mountain: “Open through at least the end of July”
In the grand scheme of things, these closing dates are very late in the season. Last season, Mt. Shasta Ski Park closed in March, and the spring skiing meccas of Palisades and Mammoth were closed in May. So enjoy the ski season a little bit longer!