Vail Mountain ramped down its terrain offering to 67%, or about 3,562 acres, on Monday, closing Blue Sky Basin, China Bowl, Teacup Bowl and Game Creek Bowl for the season.
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Extreme conditions exist in some low-elevation areas, and Vail Mountain recommended guests consider ending their ski days at Mid-Vail riding Gondola One down the mountain.
Nevertheless, for the many skiers and snowboarders who took to the spring snow on Monday, there was a lot of fun to be had.
Vail Mountain has recorded 229 inches of snow this season, well below its average of 350. But the snow came late, and in early March, Vail Resorts announced that Vail Mountain and Beaver Creek Resort would remain open an additional week.
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