Winter is over, but you can still hit the slopes.
The weather is turning warmer, the birds are chirping, and the flowers have already sprung. All these signs of spring mean one thing: It’s time to go skiing.
This year may be the best spring skiing conditions mountains coast-to-coast have seen in years. Mammoth Mountain in California, for example, has had more than 650 inches of snowfall at its summit, while Stowe Mountain in Vermont still has 86 trails open with a base depth between 40-70 inches.
Grab your skis, boots, goggles, and a very light sweater because it’s time to head to the slopes. Here are a few of the best places to catch a blue-bird day across the country.