USA Snowfall Roundup | Who's Seen The Most Snow This Season?

USA Snowfall Roundup | Who's Seen The Most Snow This Season?

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USA Snowfall Roundup | Who's Seen The Most Snow This Season?

Santa getting some after a long night on the job | Photo: Summit at Snoqualmie (*Alpental) | Cover: Silverton Mountain

Christmas came and went but just behind Santa’s sleigh– a good deal of snow fell across the western USA.

Related: Snow Will Continue In 4 Corners & Utah Today [Powderchasers]

The PNW continues to dominant the snowpack battle as the Pacific’s hose has been pointed squarely on the Northern Cascades for the past two weeks. Other beneficiaries of this overall trend have included northern Idaho, the Tetons, and northern Colorado. But don’t forget about California. They also saw snow out of the latest round of Pacific moisture and resorts like Mammoth, Squaw, and Sierra-at-Tahoe round out the middle and end of this list.

LET IT SNOW!

The 20 Deepest Base Depths In The United States

20) Snowmass, CO — 47″

19) Brundage, ID — 48″

18) Crystal Mountain, WA — 49″

17) Sugar Bowl, CA — 50″

16)  Squaw Valley, CA — 51″

High-tide in Idaho | Photo: Brundage Mountain Resort

15) Whitefish, MT — 52″ 

14) Brighton, UT | Jackson Hole, WY — 53″

13) Alta, UT | Snowbird, UT | Snowbasin, UT — 54″ 

12) Schweitzer, ID — 55″

11) Sierra-at-Tahoe, CA — 58″

Santa gets pitted in the Tetons | Photo: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

10) Soda Springs, CA | Timberline, OR | Mammoth Mountain, CA | White Pass, WA — 60″

9) Grand Targhee, WY — 63″

8) Boreal, CA | Mt Bachelor, OR — 65″

7) Lookout Pass, ID | Alyeska, AK — 66″

6) Silverton Mountain, CO — 69″

Pro Rider, Kimmy Fasani drags knuckle in the soft stuff | Photo: Mammoth Mountain

5) 49 Degrees North, WA — 70″

4) Stevens Pass, WA — 72″

3) Mt Hood Meadows, OR — 88″

2) Alpental, WA — 114″

1) Mt Baker, WA — 120″

Mt Shuksan under the morning light | Photo: Mt Baker Ski Area

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