Top 10 Snowiest Ski Resorts in the United States

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Top 10 Snowiest Ski Resorts in the United States

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Top 10 Snowiest Ski Resorts in the United States

There are nine ski resorts in the American west that recive 500″ of snow or more each season. In 1999, Mt. Baker, Washington received a mind blowing 1,140″ in one season. The list below shows ski resorts reported annual snowfall averages in North America per ski resort.

Top 10 Snowiest Ski Resorts in the United States

Photo of Mt. Hood Meadows

#10. Mount Hood Meadows, OR = 430″

Stevens Pass#9. Stevens Pass, WA = 450″

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#9. Squaw | Alpine, CA = 450”

10887322_10152670600523042_4455463036388832941_o#8. Jackson Hole, WY = 459″

14468250_10154115506100817_5453374770783418628_o#7. Mt. Bachelor, OR = 463″

Crystal Mountain Ski Resort#6. Crystal Mountain, WA = 486″

12593663_10153196858051751_2830410611946364683_o#5. Grand Targhee, WY = 500”

13029475_10156805621520187_3492363459797545881_o#5. Brighton, UT = 500”

Solitude Ski Resort#5. Solitude, UT = 500”

Snowbird#5.  Snowbird, UT = 500”

Kirkwood#5.  Kirkwood, CA = 500″

12841209_10153710576833884_1451164923944285579_o#4.  Timberline Lodge, OR = 551”

alta_overview_168956#3.  Alta, UT = 563″

14918760_10154509054685490_8338490012538580443_o#2.  Alyeska, AK = 650”

Mt Baker Ski Resort#1.  Mt. Baker, WA = 655”

 

 

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