Believe it or not, this is near Stowe, VT | Cover Photo: Meat
Believe it or not, this is near Stowe, VT | Cover Photo: Ski The East

Sometimes the term “ice-coast” is fitting but every now and then the east coast delivers.

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Often neglected by west coasters, the east is home to some rad terrain and believe it or not– some of the ski areas on this list actually receive more snowfall than their cousins on the opposite side of the country. So in order to honor the powder stashes of the east, here are the highest average annual snowfall totals on the eastern seaboard. #SkiTheEast

The Snowiest Ski Resorts On The East Coast

Photo Credit: Okemo Mountain Resort
Photo Credit: Okemo Mountain Resort

15) Okemo, VT – 200″

14) Bretton Woods, NH – 200″

13) Sugarloaf, ME – 200″

Photo Credit: Burke Mountain
Photo Credit: Burke Mountain

12) Burke Mountain, VT – 217″

11) Magic Mountain, VT – 230″

10) Whiteface, NY – 247″

Photo Credit: Pico Mountain
Photo Credit: Pico Mountain

9) Pico, VT – 250″

8) Sugarbush, VT – 250″

7) Mad River Glen, VT – 250″

Photo Credit: Killington Resort
Photo Credit: Killington Resort

6) Killington, VT – 250″

5) Le Massif, Quebec – 253″

4) Bolton Valley, VT – 262″

Photo Credit: Bolton Valley
Photo Credit: Bolton Valley

3) Stowe, VT – 314″

2) Smuggler’s Nothch, VT – 322″

1) Jay Peak, VT – 355″

*Honorable Mention – Snowshoe, WV – 180″

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