The 15 Deepest Snowpacks In North America Right Now

The 15 Deepest Snowpacks In North America Right Now

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The 15 Deepest Snowpacks In North America Right Now

Getting deep @MtBaker | Photo (+Cover): Mt Baker 

This year has been typical La Niña with the PNW, interior British Columbia, and the northern Rockies seeing the biggest snowfall totals and thus– the deepest snowpacks.

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Today, even through the rain, Mt Baker holds the top spot with a mind blowing 204″ base. That’s 17 FEET of snow! Right behind Baker is coastal BC with the areas near Vancouver and up through Whistler Blackcomb boasting ridiculous snow depths. AK and parts of Quebec are also in the black concerning the white stuff and it’s only going to get deeper through February folks. Fingers crossed…

LET IT SNOW!

The Top 15 Deepest Snowpacks In North America Right Now

*Base depths are drawn from highest elevation snow-plots

15) Alyeska, AK – 102″

14) Mt Washington Alpine Resort, BC – 103″

13) 49 Degrees North, WA – 104″

11) Whitefish, MT – 104″

11) Schweitzer, ID – 105″

10) Fernie, BC – 106″

9) Stevens Pass, WA – 117″

8) Whistler Blackcomb, BC – 126″

7) Massif du Sud, QUE – 132″

6) Sasquatch, BC – 135″

5) Grouse Mountain, BC – 151″

4) Cypress Mountain, BC – 156″

3) Mt Seymour, BC – 157″

2) Alpental, WA – 171″

1) Mt Baker, WA – 204″

 

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