Winners of The Week: Ski Areas With The Most New Snow

Winners of The Week: Ski Areas With The Most New Snow

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Winners of The Week: Ski Areas With The Most New Snow

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Featured Image Credit: @StephenShelesky, Revelstoke Mountain Resort

White room. Date: 2/4/21, Courtesy: Matt Power, Aspen Skiing Co.

The tides are turning on the 2020-2021 winter season. Snow is dumping across the country, and the days of bare spots, slushy man-made snow, and ice are well behind these ski areas.

Did your favorite ski area/resort make the list?

*7-Day snow totals pulled from ski resorts’ websites*

*Resorts without sufficient 7-day snow totals are excluded*

Hunter Mountain, NY

Weekly Snow Total: 27″

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Courtesy: Hunter Mountain

Aspen Snowmass, CO

Weekly Snow Total: 29″

Deep powder skiing at Aspen Snowmass. Date: 2/4/21 Courtesy: Matt Power, Aspen Skiing Co.

Vail Resort, CO

Weekly Snow Total: 30″

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Courtesy: Vail

Labrador Mountain, NY

Weekly Snow Total: 32″+

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Courtesy: Ski Resort Test

Revelstoke Mountain Resort, BC, CA

Weekly Snow Total: 34″

Kirkwood Mountain Resort, CA

Weekly Snow Total: 35″

Ski Big Bear, PA

Weekly Snow Total: 35″

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Courtesy: Ski Big Bear

If you would have told me at the beginning of the season…

“Matt, Ski Big Bear in Pennsylvania will have one of the highest 7-day snow totals among ski resorts in early-February.”

I would have said…

“Yeah. I know.”

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