There are four areas still open in the US, all on the Western side of the country. Mammoth Mountain in California has a 7.5 - 12 foot (2.3 - 3.6m) base and reports a fresh dusting of snow in the past few days. The near-year-round Timberline ski area on Mt Hood in Oregon has a 148 inch (4.5m) base. Arapahoe Basin in Colorado is looking good with about half of its lifts and terrain open with a 45 inch (112cm) base and yet another three inches (7cm) of new snow in the past few days. Snowbird in Utah is reporting a 117 inch (just under 3m) base but no fresh snow, it is currently open at weekends.
In Canada the 2009-10 ski season has finally entered its last week at Sunshine Village near Banff in Alberta. It will close next Monday, May 24th leaving only Whistler Blackcomb's glacier skiing remaining open in Canada. Currently 9 lifts and 60 runs are operational at sunshine with a 135cm (4.5 foot) base.