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Snowboarding in Spring/Summer

me and some friends are looking to take a snowboarding trip in the spring/summer (not sure how late some snow resorts are open). Where in the US can you snowboard in April-May or even later? I'm going try and plan something when I know at what resorts I should look at.
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Mammoth mtn has snow pretty late, but Mt. Hood is your best bet, they have snow almost year round.

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me and some friends are looking to take a snowboarding trip in the spring/summer...
Me like Pacific Northwest in Spring.
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Mt Hood all year round except for a couple weeks in September
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Thanks! Any locations on the east coast/mid east by any chance?
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Not enough elevation out East to hold snow I would think?

So many runs so little time.
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My friend was telling me she skis Okemo in April. *shrug*

I've never found any snow in April on the east coast.


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april you have lots of options. most resorts in Colorado , Utah, and the PNW are open well into April. May your options dwindle. Snowbird is the only place in utah open at that time. In colorado you have A Basin and Loveland. in Cali you can hit Mammoth (probably until july this year). In Oregon Mt. Hood has snow year round. As does Whistler in BC.
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Ive had some of my best days at Jay Peak in april riding in a t-shirt ripping through the trees and working on my tan


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Ive had some of my best days at Jay Peak in april riding in a t-shirt ripping through the trees and working on my tan
I want to get up there, but I don't want it to break the bank. Any idea where to find some deals?


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