Recent storms prompted the resort to extend daily skiing after Bogus official earlier announced it would close on March 30. Regular springtime operations will continue with all chairs running except for #4 and #5.
“It’s simply a matter of a whole lot of snow in a short amount of time, and it looks like more is coming,” Bogus president Alan Moore said Thursday.
The “End of Season” party, though now misnamed, will still happen on Sunday, including a hunt for ribbons and flowers on the slopes redeemable for prizes at the lodge, a live band, and discounted $25 adult lift tickets.
On Monday, lift tickets at Bogus will go back to $39, which is the standard price for an adult ticket during spring.
Other ski resorts are reported big storms Wednesday night with more on the way. Tamarack Resort is predicting up to 2 feet of new snow by Sunday.