Apr 4, 2014 2:56 PM by David Randall
ASPEN, Colo. (AP) - Three Colorado ski resorts are reopening to take advantage of plentiful snow.
Purgatory opened Friday for an extra weekend and Sunlight Mountain and Powderhorn Mountain are also welcoming skiers and snowboarders back on Saturday and Sunday.
Other ski resorts say they'll stay open longer this season because of the good conditions.
Aspen Mountain was set to close April 20 but will stay open for the following two weekends. Aspen Skiing Co. vice president Rich Burkley says conditions are "just too good not to go skiing."
Other ski areas extending their seasons are Breckenridge, Winter Park and Copper Mountain.
A complete list of scheduled closing dates is below:*
April 6: Buttermilk, Crested Butte, Ski Cooper, Ski Granby Ranch, Telluride, Sunlight Mountain Resort, Purgatory, Wolf Creek
April 13: Aspen Highlands, Monarch, Steamboat, Silverton
April 20: Snowmass
April 27: Winter Park, Copper Mountain
April TBA: Eldora
May 4: Aspen Mountain
May TBA: Loveland
TBA: Arapahoe Basin
*Closing dates are subject to change