While Phoenix hit its first 100-degree day this week, Arizona Snowbowl has extended its season through the Cinco de Mayo weekend due to the record-setting snowfall.
Arizona Snowbowl reports that its season will last 147 days, its longest season ever, and received 328 inches of "natural" snow, the most it has seen in 12 years, according to John Brice, spokesman for the ski hill.
The slopes will be open May 5 - 7 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Lift tickets and rentals are $19 each.
On Sunday, May 7, the rental fee is $19 and there is no fee for lift tickets. If you have your own ski equipment, you can hit the slopes for free on Sunday.
All lift tickets and rentals will be sold at the ticket window. The discount does not apply to advanced online ticket sales.
Brice said the Agassiz Lift will be open for intermediate and experienced skiers. Twelve trailers will be open. Beginner trails will not be open. You can check the snow report here.
The Grand Canyon Express lift will be open for those wanting a scenic adventure up and down the mountain.
IF YOU GO:
9300 N. Snow Bowl Road, Flagstaff AZ 86001