With one of the longest ski and snowboard seasons in North America, Utah’s Snowbird Resort is the place to hit when you’re in the mood for slushy spring turns. A full lineup of live après music every Friday through Sunday doesn’t hurt to keep the energy at full volume well after the lifts have closed.

Spring passes are now on sale at Snowbird Resort for $499, or $329 after April 1, and are valid for the rest of the 2013/14 season. Additionally, Snowbird is also offering a Spring Stay and Play lodging package with rates starting at $99 (per person, per night, two-person minimum) and include a lift ticket when you stay for three days. For additional lodging deals, visit Snowbird’s website.

Head to Snowbird April 9-12 to watch the next generation of rippers compete during the IFSA Junior North American Championships. Or for your own personal pleasure, shred the big mountain lines yourself, with daily operations until May 11, then Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays plus Memorial Day, conditions permitting, until May 26.