Utah Breaks The 500" Barrier | Who's Gotten The Most Snow? [Photo Tour + Season Snowfall Totals]

Utah Breaks The 500" Barrier | Who's Gotten The Most Snow? [Photo Tour + Season Snowfall Totals]

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Utah Breaks The 500" Barrier | Who's Gotten The Most Snow? [Photo Tour + Season Snowfall Totals]

Todd Ligare tests the product @Snowbird | Photo: Chris Segal

Todd Ligare tests the product @Snowbird | Photo: Chris Segal | Cover Photo: Sundance Mountain Resort

With over 500″ of season snowfall at one ski area in Utah, locals are already saying this season is like ‘the good ole days’ before climate change.

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And although the massive snowfall might actually be a tell-tale sign of climate change itself, that’s not stopping skiers and riders from getting after it– BIG TIME. All in all, Brighton is the breadwinner thus far with one serious season snowfall total (see below). Alta, Snowbird, Powder Mountain, and Solitude are all close behind.

Season Snowfall Totals:

Brian Head – 237″

Eagle Point – 249″

Cherry Peak – 251″

Sundance – 288″

Park City – 373″

Snowbasin – 376″

Deer Valley – 391″

Snowbird – 432″ 

Alta – 439″

Solitude – 440″

Powder Mountain – 456″

Brighton – 544″

 

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