Tahoe Resorts Break Records | California's 5 Deepest Snowpacks

Tahoe Resorts Break Records | California's 5 Deepest Snowpacks

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Tahoe Resorts Break Records | California's 5 Deepest Snowpacks

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Squaw/Alpine will welcome 1 million skier visits this season, a record that is a 60 year high water mark for the North Tahoe resorts. Mt. Rose on the other hand, will be hosting it’s longest season on record with over 6 months of operation under their 381″ belt.

Over on Donner Summit, Sugarbowl is enjoying 545″ of snow this season, the most of any California ski resort.

“Thanks Ullr,” is all Tahoe locals can say after the dreaded 4 year snow drought came to an end this winter.

Top 5 Deepest Snowpacks In California 

5) Sierra-at-Tahoe – 123″

4) Alpine Meadows – 131″ 

3) Squaw – 144″

Skier: Amie Engerbretson | Photo Credit: Squaw Valley Facebook Page

Skier: Amie Engerbretson | Photo Credit: Squaw Valley Facebook Page

2) Sugar Bowl – 170″

Skier: Daron Rahlves | Photo Credit: Sugar Bowl Facebook Page

Skier: Daron Rahlves | Photo Credit: Sugar Bowl Facebook Page

1) Mammoth – 201″

Photo Credit: Mammoth Mountain Facebook Page

Skier: Glen Plake | Photo Credit: Mammoth Mountain Facebook Page

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