The Top 10 Deepest Snowpacks In North America [Season Finale]

The Top 10 Deepest Snowpacks In North America [Season Finale]

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The Top 10 Deepest Snowpacks In North America [Season Finale]

‘It all goes’ | Photo: Mt Baker Ski Area | Cover: Mt Seymour

What a season. Highs and lows, north and south– snow touched nearly every corner of the country this year with the exception of the abnormally dry southwest.

Related: Atmospheric River Headed For The West | Some Will Get Snow Others Will Get Rain.

What’s perhaps the most surprising were the northern Rockies, which included a record breaking season at one lucky ski area. Schweitzer, Lookout Pass, and Whitefish all found themselves on this list at one point this season. In the end– the northern Rockies, PNW, and BC ended up with the deepest snowpacks all thanks to a La Niña season that saw the jet stream take a more northerly route across the continent.

The Top 10 Deepest Snowpacks In North America [Season Finale]

10) Lookout Pass, ID — 147″

9) Mt Hood Meadows, OR — 149″

8) Timberline, OR — 153″

7) Whitefish, MT — 157″

6) Mammoth Mountain, CA — 170″

5) Cypress Mountain, BC — 181″

4) Grouse Mountain, BC — 182″

3) Mt Seymour, BC — 201″

2) Alpental, WA — 214″

1) Mt Baker, WA — 258″

 

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