Who Has Gotten The Most Snow This Preseason?

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Who Has Gotten The Most Snow This Preseason?

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Who Has Gotten The Most Snow This Preseason?

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With the 2016 -2017 ski season officially underway we feel it’s a good time to take a look around North America at where the snow has been flying. As you can see in the snowpack map above, British Columbia is off to a great start to the season. The Tetons, the Sierra, the PNW and parts of the East have also gotten off to a good start.

screen-shot-2016-10-31-at-10-37-47-amRevelstoke, British Columbia

Base Depth: 62 cm | 24.4″
Season Total: 198 cm | 78″

screen-shot-2016-10-31-at-10-34-59-amKicking Horse, British Columbia

Base Depth: 62 cm | 24.4″
Season Total: 134 cm | 52.7″

Whitewater Ski ResortWhitewater, British Columbia

Base Depth: 75.0 cm | 29.5″
Season Total: 93cm | 36.6″

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Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Base Depth: 19″
Season Total: 54″

screen-shot-2016-10-31-at-10-50-19-amMt. Rose, Nevada

Base Depth: 7″
Season Total: 28″

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Mammoth Mountain, California

Base Depth: 6-36″ (With the help of snowmaking)
Season Total: 18″

screen-shot-2016-10-31-at-10-53-18-amWhistler Blackcomb, British Columbia

No official reports on base depth or season snowfall totals have been given but it’s clear that Whistler has already gotten a ton of snow this preseason.

screen-shot-2016-10-31-at-10-57-22-amSunshine Village, Alberta

No official reports on base depth or season snowfall totals have been given but it’s clear that Sunshine Village in Banff National Park is already buried in snow.

 

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