The gift of El Niño keeps on giving for Colorado skiers and snowboarders.

Thanks to bountiful winter snows and continuing snowfall two months into spring, officials of Breckenridge ski resort Wednesday announced an extension of its season beyond Memorial Day. That was already an extension of four to five weeks beyond its traditional closing day.

Summit County neighbor Arapahoe Basin previously announced it would remain open daily through June 2 and at least one more weekend after that, hinting that more could be in store.

Breckenridge will remain open daily through Memorial Day, as previously announced. After that, it will be open the first two weekends of June.

“It has been one of the best winter seasons I can remember during my more than 25-year career, and we are thrilled to keep it going for our guests and passholders,” Breckenridge chief operating officer John Buhler said in a news release. “With more than 450 inches of snow so far this season, we are excited to offer skiers and riders another chance to get out and experience the incredible spring skiing and riding conditions.”

Imperial Bowl will close on Memorial Day, but after that Breckenridge will be offering an estimated 750 acres of terrain via the six-person Independence SuperChair, which rises more than 1,300 feet above the Peak 7 base. In conjunction with that, the plan is to operate the T-Bar, Zendo and Kensho lifts, getting skiers to a peak elevation of about 12,500 feet on Peak 6.

Monday is the last chance to lock in 2019-20 Epic Passes sold by Vail Resorts for $49 down.