While it appeared there was still enough snow left to open yet another weekend, Mont St-Sauveur has decided to finally pull the plug after 181 days of operation. The final day of skiing was Sunday May 19th; the area first opened for skiing November 7th giving it once again the longest season in Quebec. Canada wide, only Blackcomb remains open through Monday May 27th when it too will close for regular skiing. It will re-open during the summer for race training camps on the summit glaciers.
Killington Vt plans on keeping one run open weekends through June 2nd if possible. Other centres still open are in the American West: Snowbird UT, Arapahoe Basin CO and Mammoth Mountain CA.
We too are done for this season. Truly time to say, so long and enjoy your summer activities!