The 15 Deepest Snowpacks In The United States

The 15 Deepest Snowpacks In The United States

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The 15 Deepest Snowpacks In The United States

Snow depths across the United States | Cover Image: Brighton Resort, UT

The United States is enjoying deep early season bases from coast to coast. Ski resorts from six different states are among the top 15 ski areas with the the most snow on the hill. The only area that seems to be off to a slow start is the PNW. But don’t fret, a winter storm is on it’s way.

Image From Mammoth Mountain, CA | Cover Image: Mammoth Mountain 

The Deepest Snowpacks In The United States

#1 Mammoth Mountain, CA – 70”

#2 Grand Targhee, WY – 55”

#3 Sierra-at-Tahoe, CA – 53″

#4 Snowbasin, UT – 48″

#4. Smugglers Notch, VT48″

#4. Steamboat, CO 48″

#4. Aspen Highlands, CO – 48″

Image: Brighton Resort

#8. Brighton, UT – 47#

#8. Wolf Creek, CO – 47″

#10. Alta, UT – 46″

#10. Snowbird, UT46″

#10. Squaw Valley, CA 46″

#10. Kirkwood, CA – 46″

#14. Solitude, UT – 44″ 

#14. Snowshoe, WV – 44″ 

#14. Jay Peak, VT – 44”

Image: Jay Peak, VT

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