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March 1, 2017

Do you love spring skiing? If the very thought conjures up images of crystal blue skies, sunshine, and t-shirts, then you’re in luck. It’s not too late to fit one more ride down the glistening mountain slopes on Mt. Bachelor before the season ends.

Many resorts close on or before Easter in April, however, Bachelor enjoys one of the longest ski seasons in North America. Mid-mountain snowfall on Bachelor is at 438-inches since October, that promises to stick around well into late May, so skiers and snowboarders will find plenty of spring skiing and other outdoor activities throughout early spring in Sunriver.

Mt. Bachelor Early Spring Events

Cascade Crest Nordic Ski Marathon and Relay
A favorite spring event for skate and cross country skiers is the 2017 Cascade Crest Nordic Ski Marathon and Relay. This year’s event promises something for everybody and will be held Friday, March 10th through Sunday, March 12th. The event courses will have breathtaking views of the Cascades including Broken Top Mountain.

10 Barrels Hella Big Air
Central Oregon’s must-attend event for snowboarders and skiers from near and far is the 10 Barrel Hella Big Air. The competition, which promises to be bigger and wilder than ever, pays tribute to the nineties and will be held Saturday, March 25th. Riders and skiers from the West Coast will be showing off their skills on 70-foot jumps for a shot at a sizable prize purse in addition to other great prizes and giveaways.

It’s been an excellent winter for skiing at Mt. Bachelor, and the solid base is sure to please spring skiers, boarders, and outdoor adventurers of all ages and skill levels. When you combine one of the deepest snowpack in the country, great springtime skiing, and outstanding accommodations provided by Village Properties, you have three more reasons to put Sunriver on your spring vacation list this year.

Book your spring ski vacation today and start making memories that will last a lifetime.

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