Alta Just Had A Legit Snorkel Day In November

Alta Just Had A Legit Snorkel Day In November

Alta

Alta Just Had A Legit Snorkel Day In November

By

May be an image of 2 people, people skiing and nature

What in the actual hell is going on this year out west?

^Featured & Header Image Credit: Alta Ski Area, Rocko Menzyk Photography

Utah has been getting slammed with storm after storm since the end of October, and ol’ Mother Nature doesn’t show any signs of letting up.

Alta Ski Area has seen 19 inches fall over the last three days, and OpenSnow is forecasting an additional 27 inches to fall before the weekend is over.

Just in case you haven’t been keeping track, Alta has recorded 123 inches of snow already this season.

That’s more than pretty much every Midwestern, Mid-Atlantic, and southern New England ski area averages throughout an entire season. I guess they have a pretty good case when they call it ‘The Greatest Snow on Earth’.

The Alta faithful were getting after it yesterday. Take a look at some of the best photos and videos shared online of the powder skiing fun.

I sometimes find it comforting to pretend that Utah isn’t a real place and that all powder skiing videos I see posted online are just a sick and twisted figment of my imagination.

It makes it a little bit easier to stomach the fact that I’m not there skiing all of that fresh and glorious pow.

More Unofficial Networks