Top 20 Deepest Snowpacks In The USA

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Top 20 Deepest Snowpacks In The USA

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Top 20 Deepest Snowpacks In The USA

Mammoth leads the charge | Photo (+Cover Photo): Mammoth Mountain

Mammoth leads the charge | Photo (+Cover Photo): Mammoth Mountain

Sitting under dominant high pressure system, skiers and snowboarders across the west are getting a much needed break from non-stop powder skiing that has thus far defined the 2016/2017 ski season.

Related: Winter Storm Warning For Parts Of Montana | Up To 28″ Forecasted!

Most notably, California is clawing its way out of “Extreme” drought conditions with one ski area reporting a summit snow depth of 300″! And California isn’t the only state reaping Ullr’ favoritism. Colorado, Wyoming, Washington, Utah, and Oregon are all boasting crazy snowpacks that have us asking, “will this be the biggest year for the west since the epic 2010/2011 season?” Only time will tell…

*The following list was compiled by visiting the websites of individual resorts. If we missed anyone please let us know

Top 20 Deepest Snowpacks In North America

Cody Peak just outside of JHMR | Photo: Barclay Idsal/Unofficial Networks

Cody Peak just outside of JHMR | Photo: Barclay Idsal/Unofficial Networks

20) Mt Hood Timberline, OR – 108″

19) Brighton, UT – 115″

18) Mt Bachelor, OR – 115″

17) Sun Valley, ID – 118″

16) June Mountain, CA – 120″

15) Mt Ashland, OR – 120″

Lines on Lines | Photo: Snowbasin

Lines on Lines | Photo: Snowbasin Resort

14) Snowbasin, UT – 130″

13) Wolf Creek, CO – 134″

12) Northstar, CA – 142″

Photo: Kirkwood Mountain Resort

Kirkwood is seeing one of its best seasons in decades | Photo: Kirkwood Mountain Resort

11) Kirkwood, CA – 142″

10) Mt Hood Meadows, OR – 153″

9) Alpine Meadows, CA – 155″

Sunshine shreds are the best | Photo: Sugar Bowl Resort

Sunshine shreds are the best | Photo: Sugar Bowl Resort

8) Sierra-at-Tahoe, CA – 156″

7) Sugar Bowl, CA – 160″

6) Mt Rose, NV – 160″

Piles on Piles @MtBaker | Photo: Mt Baker

“Where are we gonna put it all” | Photo: Mt Baker

5) Squaw Valley, CA – 161″

4) Mt Baker, WA – 163″

3) Heavenly, CA – 185″

Who doesn't love this sight | Photo: Boreal

Who doesn’t love this sight | Photo: Boreal Mountain

2) Boreal, CA – 240″

1) Mammoth, CA – 300″

 

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