Hawaii’s Mauna Kea towers 13,803′ above sea level making it the second-highest peak of an island on Earth.
The dormant volcano is known to pick up some snow from time-to-time as cold fronts batter Hawaii’s Big Island with rain down below.
Mauna Kea glistened with a white glow this past Easter Sunday as a couple of inches of snow graced the high-altitude peaks.
Pictures from webcams set above 13,000′ captured the beautiful scenery.
— Jesse Ferrell (AccuWeather) (@WeatherMatrix) April 18, 2022
Enough snow fell in 2017 for skiing and snowboarding, and the edit from Pono Hirakami on YouTube has me frothing at the mouth.
Skiing on a legit bowl in Hawaii? Are you kidding me?! Everything about it sounds awesome. Do I need to move to Hawaii for a year to make this happen…?! Don’t tempt me.