The 10 Deepest Snowpacks In North America Right Now

The 10 Deepest Snowpacks In North America Right Now

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The 10 Deepest Snowpacks In North America Right Now

Getting amongst the Larch @LakeLouise | Photo: Lake Louise Ski Resort and Summer Gondola

This early season has been a tale of feast or famine. Either you’re reaping the benefits of a deep early season snowpack in places like Vermont and Alberta or you’re wallowing in California– just hoping the forecasts come to fruition. Hopefully that changes later this week but prior to all that new snow, we’re checking in on base depths for the first time of the season.

The 10 Deepest Snowpack In North America Right Now

*Following totals are base depths drawn from each resort’s individual website

Powder party in effect | Photo: Copper Mountain

10) Copper Mountain, Colorado — 24″

9) Nakiska, Alberta — 25″

8) Sun Peaks, British Columbia — 27″

7) Grand Targhee, WY — 27″

Nakiska Ski Area with an abundant base depth | Photo: Nakiska Ski Area

6) Wolf Creek, Colorado — 28″

5) Lake Louise, Alberta — 29″

4) Sugarbush, Vermont — 30″

Skiing pow this past weekend in Vermont | Photo: Sugarbush Resort

3) Breckenridge, Colorado — 30″

2) Stowe, Vermont — 31″

1) Sunshine Village, Alberta — 32″

Scoring November powder turns at Sunshine Village | Photo: Alberta Tourism

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