Top 25 Deepest Snowpacks In North America

Top 25 Deepest Snowpacks In North America

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Top 25 Deepest Snowpacks In North America

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Top 25 Deepest Snowpacks In North America

When you look at the numbers of who was blessed with large snowpacks this season a few things jump out at you. For one thing, many of the California ski areas that you are accustomed to seeing on this list did not make it this season. Another big surprise is that Alyeska, who is almost always in the Top 10, is all the way down at the number 23 slot. Another thing that becomes very clear is that the Pacific Northwest had a big season holding down many of the Top 10 slots.

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#1.  Alpental, WA = 188″

#2.  Mt. Baker, WA = 174″

#3.  Eaglecrest, AK = 166″

#4.  Mt. Bachelor, OR = 148″

#5.  Timberline Lodge, OR = 145″

#6.  Stevens Pass, WA = 139″

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#7.  White Pass, WA = 140″

#8.  Grand Targheee, WY = 131″

#9.  Cypress Mountain, B.C. = 129″

#10.  Mt. Seymour, B.C. = 127″ 

#11.  Grouse Mountain, B.C. = 126″

#12.  Crystal Mountain, WA = 115″

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#13.  Big Sky, MT = 112″

#14.  Mt. Hood Meadows, OR = 109″

#15.  Boreal, CA = 109″

#16.  Brighton, UT = 109″

#17.  Snowbird, UT = 108″

#18.  Alta, UT = 108″

#19. Copper Mountain, CO = 107″

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Image from Solitude Mountain Resort

#20.  Solitude, UT = 104″

#21.  Powder King, B.C. = 102″

#22.  Alyeska, AK = 94″

#23.  Breckenridge, CO = 93″

#24.  Snowbasin, UT = 88″

#25.  Snowmass, CO = 86″

 

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