The Top 20 Deepest Snowpacks In North America

The Top 20 Deepest Snowpacks In North America

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The Top 20 Deepest Snowpacks In North America

The winter is in full swing across North America and some ski areas are already boasting super deep snowpacks as we head into the new year.

Related: Big Sky Is Under A Winter Storm Warning With 2+ FEET Forecasted

As La Niña would have it, the PNW, interior BC and northern Rockies are all doing superb. What is a real suprise are the existence of Kissing Bridge, NY and Massif du Sud, QUE. Both of these resorts saw freak weather systems roll through with lake effect being the main culprit in NY.

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The Deepest Snowpacks In North America 12/27/17

19) White Pass, WA — 56″

18) Crystal Mountain, WA — 56″

18) Schweitzer — 59″

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17) Mammoth Mountain, CA — 60″

16) Alyeska, AK — 60″

15) Mt Hood Meadows, OR — 61″

14) Stevens Pass, WA — 61″

13) Whistler Blackcomb, BC — 62″

12) Whitefish, MT — 63″

11) Jackson Hole, WY — 66″

10) Big Sky, MT — 66″

9) Mt Seymour, BC — 69″

8) Grand Targhee, WY — 70″

7) Sasquatch Mountain, BC — 73″ 

6) Grouse Mountain, BC — 73″

5) Massif du Sud, QUE — 75″ (*Summit)

4) Kissing Bridge, NY — 75″ (*Summit)

3) Cypress Mountain, BC — 81″

2) Mt Baker, WA — 106″

1) Alpental, WA — 107″

 

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