4 Luxury Resorts for Spring Skiing

Believe it or not, it’s not too late to hit the slopes. These four uber-luxe resorts offer pampering and powder well into late spring. Rustler Lodge at Alta, Utah

Called “the most luxe lodge of all” by Sunset magazine, Rustler guests have their choice of two prime spring ski resorts — Atla and Snowbird (which stays open nearly 200 days a year thanks to 500 inches of annual snowfall). After a tough day on the mountain treat yourself to a massage at the onsite spa, or take a dip in one of the heated outdoor pools or hot tubs. Little Nell at Aspen, Colorado

Aspen’s sole ski-in/ski-out resort is pure paradise. Spacious suites offer heated marble floors, fireplaces, large soaking tubs and luxe linens, while the chic new onsite bar, Element 47, makes deciding where to apres a no brainer. Snow Crest luxury condo rentals, Kirkwood, California

Floor-to-ceiling windows in these slopeside one- and two-bedroom condo rentals means your time off the slopes will be equally as dreamy as powder-filled days in the beautiful Lake Tahoe region. Underground parking makes exploring the area a breeze! Beaver Creek Lodge, Beaver Creek, Colorado

A stone’s throw from Vail and known for being even more luxurious, Beaver Creek is a prime ski vacation spot come spring. With a summit that’s above 11,000 feet and tons of North-facing terrain, this Colorado stalwart benefits from above-average snowfall, thanks, in part, to its proximity to Vail pass. Stay in one of the lodge’s 68 suites and enjoy upscale amenities like the fully equipped state-of-the-art-kitchens, cozy fireplaces, and master-bath jacuzzis.