Top 15 Deepest Ski Resort Snowpacks In The USA

Top 15 Deepest Ski Resort Snowpacks In The USA

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Top 15 Deepest Ski Resort Snowpacks In The USA

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This year has been feast or famine for ski resorts across the United States. Up in Washington, ski resorts enjoyed healthy snowfalls in February. Jackson Hole, WY just hit 400″ of snowfall this season. But in other areas of the west, ski resorts remain far below their historic snowfall averages. California ski resorts are experiencing one of the worst season in memory. Here is a look at the Top 15 Deepest Snowpacks in the USA right now.

Top 15 Deepest Snowpack In The USA

 

#1. Mt. Baker, Washington = 197″

#2. Alpental, Washington = 162″

#3. Stevens Pass, Washington = 157″

 

#4. White Pass, Washington = 151″

#4. Lookout Pass, Idaho = 151″

#5. Mt. Bachelor, Oregon = 143″

#6. Eaglecrest Ski Area, Alaska = 142″

#7. Jackson Hole, Wyoming = 134″

#8. Timberline, Oregon = 132″

#9. Grand Targhee Resort, Wyoming = 129″

#10. Mt. Hood Meadows, Oregon = 124″

 

#11. Crystal Mountain, Washington = 117″

#12. Wolf Creek Ski Area, Colorado = 112″

#12. Maverick Mountain, Montana  = 112″

 

#13. Sliverton, Colorado = 110″

#14. Alta, Utah = 105″

#15. Schweitzer, Idaho = 104″

 

*This list was compiled by hand from info posted on resort’s official websites. If we missed a resort please let us know and we will add it to the list.

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