20 Deepest Snowpacks in North America

20 Deepest Snowpacks in North America

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20 Deepest Snowpacks in North America

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As you can see from this list below, British Columbia, California, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, Nevada, and Colorado are all off to good starts to the 2015 -2016 ski season. A few days ago we brought you a look at snowfall totals on the season (The 10 North American Ski Resorts With The Most Snow Right Now | Dec 1, 2015). Today we have a look at who has the deepest snowpacks across North America.

*This list was compiled by visiting each ski resort’s website and using their official snowpack numbers.  Ski resorts that are not currently open are not on this list

20 Deepest Snowpacks in North America

#21. Copper Mountain, CO = 28″

#20. Jackson Hole, WY = 29″

#19. Telluride, CO = 29″

#16. Sugar Bowl, CA = 30″

#16. Fernie, BC = 30″

#16. Panorama, BC = 30″

#15. Grand Targhee, WY = 31″

#14. Sun Valley, ID = 33″

#13. Whistler, BC = 35″ 

#12. Lake Louise, AB = 36″

#11. Mt. Hood Meadows, OR = 37″

#10. Alyeska, AK = 39″

#9. Mt. Rose, NV = 40″

#7. Kicking Horse, BC = 41″

#7. Sunshine Village, AB = 41″

#6. Wolf Creek, CO = 47″

#4. Mammoth, CA = 48″

#4. Diamond Peak, NV = 48″

#3. Revelstoke, BC = 53″

#2. Whitewater, BC = 58″

#1. Mt. Baker, WA = 60″

 

*This list was updated to include Whitewater Ski Resort.

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