The Top 20 Deepest Snowpacks In The United States

The Top 20 Deepest Snowpacks In The United States

Weather

The Top 20 Deepest Snowpacks In The United States

 

California has been the clear winner this season | Photo: Diamond Peak Ski Resort | Cover Photo: Homewood Mountain Resort

With a strong high pressure ridge standing solid across most of the west, ski areas continue to hold on to winter with big time snowpacks that will keep the season running strong till July 4th in parts of California.

Related: These Springtime Hacks Will Take Your Après Game To The Next Level

Not surprisingly, Mammoth Mountain continues to hold down the lead for deepest snowpack and is followed closely behind by Boreal, Squaw Valley, and Mt Baker. Look for that to continue as NOAA recently forecasted a mostly high and dry spring across most of the west.

The Top 20 Deepest Snowpacks In The USA

 

The J-7 chair @JuneMountain | Photo: June Mountain Facebook Page

20) June Mountain, CA – 144″

19) Diamond Peak, NV – 144″

18) Jackson Hole, WY – 149″

17) Mt Bachelor, OR – 152″

16) Alpental, WA – 165″

@br0therd tossing it up below the tram @Jackson | Photo: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

15) Mt Hood Timberline, OR – 166″

14) 49 Degrees North, WA – 171″

13) Mt Ashland, OR – 175″

12) Heavenly, CA – 183″

11) Mt Hood Meadows, OR – 193″

Mt Ashland 2/19/17 | Photo: Mt Ashland Facebook Page

10) Sierra-at-Tahoe – 195″

9) Alpine Meadows, CA – 204″

8) Sugar Bowl, CA – 205″

7) Kirkwood, CA – 210″

6) Mt Rose, NV – 214″

Sugar Bowl, CA 2/25/17 | Photo: Sugar Bowl Facebook Page

5) Homewood, CA – 216″

4) Mt Baker, WA – 225″

3) Squaw Valley, CA – 239″

2) Boreal, CA – 275″

1) Mammoth, CA – 330″

Mammoth Mountain (taken 2/28/17 | Photo: Mammoth Mountain Facebook Page

Honorable Mentions: Schweitzer and Sun Valley are boasting unsually deep snowpacks with 111″ base depth at their respective summits!

 

The Latest

More Unofficial Networks
Home