Skico extends ski season one week at Snowmass |

Skico extends ski season one week at Snowmass

Buttermilk, Highlands and Aspen Mountain will close as scheduled

Staff report
Snowmass Resort will be opened an extra week, going until April 25, 2021, officials announced Wednesday. (David Krause / The Aspen Times)

Aspen Skiing Co. has decided to keep a good thing going longer in Snowmass this season.

Skico announced it will extend the ski season one week to April 25 at Snowmass only. Aspen Mountain will close as scheduled April 18. Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk will close April 4.

All passes will apply as they do during the regular season. Day tickets for that bonus week will be $99 for adults and $65 for children and seniors ages 65 to 69.

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