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Top 35 US Ski Resorts With The Highest Average Snowfall

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It is difficult to nail down official ski resort snowfall averages. Not all ski resorts release official snowfall averages and more than one that due are known to fluff the numbers. In addition, other ski blogs and website have tried to create their own lists only to cherry-pick resorts and report bogus numbers. So, inorder to compile this list we stuck to the snowfall averages reported on OnTheSnow.com.  We know that this is not the most accurate list but it should give you a good idea of ski resorts and regions that receive massive dumps. 

TOP SNOWFALL AVERAGES IN THE USA 

- Mt. Baker, WA = 701”

- Alyeska, AK = 650”

- Kirkwood, CA = 600″

- Timberline Lodge, OR = 550”

- Alta, UT = 500″

- Sugar Bowl, CA = 500″

- Snowbird, UT = 500”

- Solitude, UT = 500”

- Brighton, UT = 500”

- Powder Mountain, UT = 500″

- Grand Targhee, WY = 500”

- Crystal Mountain, WA = 486″

- Sierra-at-Tahoe = 480″

- Wolf Creek, CO = 465″

- Mt. Bachelor, OR = 456″

- Jackson Hole, WY = 450″ 

- Squaw Valley, CA = 450”

- Alpine Meadows, CA = 450”

- Homewood, CA = 450″

- Stevens Pass, WA = 450″

- Mammoth Mountain, CA = 400″

- Big Sky/Moonlight, MT = 400″

- Snowbasin, UT = 400″

- Brian Head, UT = 400″

- Eagle Point, UT = 400″

- Beaver Mountain, UT = 400″

- Loveland, CO = 400″

- Jay Peak, VT = 377″

- Heavenly, CA = 360″

- Park City, UT = 360″

- Canyons, UT = 355″

- Eaglecrest, AK = 350″

- Bridger Bowl, MT = 350″

- Hoodoo Ski Area, OR = 350″

- Arapahoe Basin, CO = 350″

 

[Numbers Provided by OnTheSnow.com]

 

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