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SnoCountry SnoShots: Midwest Spring, Sun And Snow

Big-Snow-Resort-riding-the-wave-at-annual-pond-skim-Facebook Big Snow Resort guests riding the wave at the annual pond skim on the Blackjack slopes. (Big Snow/Facebook)

It’s still ski and ride season across the upper Midwest. A great time to get out and enjoy springtime warmth, sun and snow as we put a wrap on this season, which has been one of the best in recent history across the Heartland. These eight areas are still open through at least this weekend and some are planning on staying open through the month.

Wild Mountain is capping off an incredible season that started the last of October. Their newest crew member Sprocket. (Wild Mountain/Facebook)

Mount Bohemia plans on skiing and riding into May. They still have a lot of backcountry open. (Mount Bohemia/Facebook)

Lutsen Mountains will most likely ski weekends into May. Enjoy some pool time after a day on the slopes. That’s what April is all about. (Lutsen Mountains/Facebook)

Granite Peak is planning on at least a couple of more weekends to stay open, and the deck is always busy this time of year. (Granite Peak/Facebook)

Ski Brule plans on staying open weekends through April, and they have plenty of snow. Another dusting this past weekend. (Ski Brule/Facebook)


Boyne Mountain turned the slopes green on April 1 in honor of Michigan State making the NCAA Final Four. They are open daily through April 14 and weekends beyond. (Boyne Mountain/Facebook)

Crystal Mountain skiers are so excited about staying open into April they are running up the slopes. (Crystal Mountain/Facebook)

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