ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — Aspen Highlands is extending its season by one weekend.
The ski area's closing day had been scheduled for April 21, but Aspen Skiing Co. said Monday that Aspen Highlands will reopen April 27-28 as a thank you to skiers and riders.
The ski area has had consistent snowfall over the past week.
Adult ski lift tickets to Aspen Highlands are currently $62 per day, but people with season passes from other Colorado resorts can get them for $39 during the bonus weekend when they show the season passes at the ticket window.
Aspen Highlands is one of the few Colorado ski resorts still open. Winter Park, Loveland and Arapahoe Basin also are still open.
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