Spring Season Pass – The Best Spring Break Skiing Deals Out There

skier carving soft snow with Canadian Rockies behind him Image appears courtesy: Lake Louise Ski Resort

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While most resorts are trying to ramp down and close-up shop by April 1st, there are a few ski resorts still waving the spring break skiing flag. Besides the party scene going off on the slopes, corn-huntin’ season is in full effect! Here are five resorts offering you UNLIMITED skiing & snowboarding through the end of their season. It’s spring season pass time as they push the limits on those closing dates.

Five Ski Resorts Offering A Spring Season Pass

Springtacular

Mt Bachelor, Oregon
Target Closing: Memorial Day Weekend

Mt Bachelor Bend Oregon Spring Season Pass Springtacular
Mt Bachelor ski resort – the epitome of a volcanic peak

 

The “OG” of the spring season pass, it’s one of the best out there for late season. In fact, it can be argued that it’s even better for spring break skiing. How come? Just like most mountains near the Pacific Ocean, storms come in fierce in the winter bringing LOTS of wind and snow forcing the resort to shut down the summit chair 30% of the time. As the season wanes, the summit chair is open almost all spring long due to the massive amounts of sunshine and beautiful weather. With nearly 100% of Mt Bachelor open typically through the end of April and 2,000 acres in May, it has some of the best late season skiing on the content.

Learn more about their spring pass

Nor’Beaster

Killington, Vermont
Target Closing Date: Late May or until the snow melts

Killington Nor'Beaster Spring Season Pass
Killington – Image taken by Richard Schatzberger

The Beast of the East is always known for pushing the limits of what a ski season’s length should be. In fact, last year they pushed closing day all the way into June! This is your time to celebrate spring in the mountains with soft snow, sunshine and most of all parties.

Learn more about the Nor’Beaster

Spring Unguided Pass

Silverton Mountain, Colorado
Target Closing Date: April 18th

Silverton Mountain Spring Season Pass
Image taken by: EladKceM

 

Less of a ski resort and more of a lift-served backcountry destination, Silverton’s spring pass with its high elevation gives you a chance to get in some powder riding before the season ends. The Spring Unguided Pass includes the spring season, plus an exclusive private day at Silverton Mountain on March 15th, along with access to $59 Heli skiing runs and many other discounts throughout the winter season. While it’s already sold out for this year, keep your eyes peeled this summer for the 2021/22 spring season.

Learn more about the Spring Unguided Pass

Here’s Johnny!

Timberline Lodge, Oregon
Target Closing Date: Spring pass goes through May 28

Mt Hood Timberline Oregon skier spinning best spring skiing Spring Season Pass
Spring Skiing: Freestyler’s Delight Image taken by: Nathaniel “Ragingterror” Hayden Twitter @Ragingterror

 

You can’t say spring skiing without talking about Mt Hood and Timberline Resort. Besides having the longest season in North America (7 days a week until June), it also offers you:

  • Diverse terrain for all ability levels
  • Night skiing
  • Access to amazing restaurants and bars in Portland
  • Historic Timberline Lodge

Learn more about the Timberline Lodge Spring Pass

Oh, Canada!

Lake Louise, Canada

Target Closing Date: Late May

skier carving soft snow with Canadian Rockies behind him
Image appears courtesy: Lake Louise Ski Resort

The longest season in Canada gives you the chance to experience the last bit of winter before he makes his retreat to the southern hemisphere. Due to its northerly location, mid-winter temps can be frigid and are often below 0 degrees Fahrenheit. Spring is when these temps warm up to the point that they’re comfy and yet you can still sample the legendary cold smoke Rocky Mountain powder. Historically, April sees almost as much snow as February or March! If there’s a time to visit Lake Louise, it’s in the spring.

Learn more about the Lake Louise Spring Pass

Note: For 2020/21 season the Lake Louise Spring Pass isn’t being offered.

So, if you aren’t done with skiing and snowboarding, why not pick up a spring season pass, plan a trip or two, and head to one of these spring break skiing meccas. For tips on how to make the most of this time of year, what to wear, and how to tune your gear, visit our homepage to all things spring: Everything You Need To Know About Spring Skiing… And Why It’s the Time Of Year To Visit

3 thoughts on “Spring Season Pass – The Best Spring Break Skiing Deals Out There

  1. …..er, think that Mammoth will ski 7 days a week at least through Memorial weekend, buy the IKON PASS, ski Mammoth plus a whole bunch of others, from April 9th & all next year, from $599

  2. FYI. Your link to Timberline Lodge Spring Season Pass has nothing on spring season passes. Is Timberline behind in updating their webpage?

    1. Hi Erkki,

      Unfortunately at the moment they don’t have a spring pass on the website just yet. We’ll keep you posted once they do.

      Thanks,

      Alex

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