Resorts On The Mountain Collective Are Boasting Some MASSIVE Snow Depths!

Resorts On The Mountain Collective Are Boasting Some MASSIVE Snow Depths!

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Resorts On The Mountain Collective Are Boasting Some MASSIVE Snow Depths!

Mammoth Mountain looking quite filled in | Photo (+Cover Photo): Mammoth

Mammoth Mountain looking quite filled in | Photo: Mammoth Mountain | Cover Photo: Squaw Valley

It’s been a monumental ski season in the west thus far. Just 15 days into the season, Squaw Valley broke its record for January Snowfall. This December was Jackson Hole‘s second biggest in recorded history and from what I hear from Sun Valley locals– Idaho is skiing about as good as ever.

Related: Three Friends Use Their Mountain Collective Passes To Travel and Ski

All this amounts to one fact– it’s a damn good year to use that Mountain Collective Pass you purchased back in the dog days of summer. So in order to provide those folks with a little motivation, here are the snow depth totals for resorts included on what is largely considered one of the best multi-resort passes in the business.

LET IT SNOW!

Mountain Collective Snow Depths — 1/18/17

Mammoth – 269″ (summit)

Squaw – 132″

Jackson Hole – 99″

Bryce Newcomb goes big into Corbets | Photo: Jackson Hole

Bryce Newcomb goes big into Corbets | Photo: Jackson Hole

Whistler – 84″

Alta – 83″

Snowbird – 83″

Mt Superior looking just that | Photo: Alta

Mt Superior looking just that | Photo: Alta

Apsen – 75″ (Highlands)

Revelstoke – 74.4″

Taos – 74″

Kachina Peak is OPEN! | Photo: Taos

Kachina Peak is OPEN! | Photo: Taos

Sun Valley – 78″

Lake Louise – 60″ 

Sunshine Village – 54″

Sunshine Village sits directly on the border of BC and Alberta | Photo: Sunshine Village

Sunshine Village sits directly on the border of BC and Alberta. This is that border | Photo: Sunshine Village

Telluride – 51″ 

Stowe – 20″

Find out more about the best pass in North America here: The Mountain Collective

 

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