The snow only fell to the north most of the season. Then, March came along and put the Western USA back on the snow map. The discrepancies in snow totals from north to south are still notable, but not like they were before March. There are certainly some resorts that would fit in here, but we just went for the big guys on this one. We know you’re gonna let us know who else should be on here. Well, let us know. Who else is killing it this year? Who else should be on this list? Huh?

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Top 10 Biggest Snow Totals in North America

Mammoth, CA 2011. photo: Andrew Gauthier

 The below numbers account for total snowfall received at each individual ski resort during the 2011/12 snow season.

SNOW TOTALS IN NORTH AMERICA RIGHT NOW:

#1 – Alyeska, AK = 824”

#2 – Mt. Baker, WA = 777″

#3 – Whistler, B.C. = 517″

#4 – Timberline Lodge, Mt. Hood, OR = 481″

#5 – Mt. Bachelor, OR = 467″

#6 – Revelstoke, B.C. = 430″

#7 – Jackson Hole, WY = 364″

#8 – Alta, UT = 334″

#9 – Squaw Valley, CA = 327″

#10 – Snowbird, UT = 324″

Mt. Baker snowbank on March 17th, 2012

The snow only fell to the north most of the season.  Then, March came along and put the Western USA back on the snow map.  The discrepancies in snow totals from north to south are still notable, but not like they were before March.

There are certainly some resorts that would fit in here, but we just went for the big guys on this one.  

We know you’re gonna let us know who else should be on here.  Well, let us know.  Who else is killing it this year?  Who else should be on this list?  Huh?

 

 

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