10 North American Ski Resorts Have 500+” of Snowfall This Season

Chris Wallner | | Industry NewsIndustry News
Presidents Day POW! Image: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

It’s only the middle of February and there are already 10 ski resorts in North America that have received over 500″ of snowfall this season, 2 of which have received over 600″. Atmospheric River Events and persistent storms hitting the west have buried many ski resorts in snow. By our count, we still have over 4 FULL months of skiing left, thanks to the fact that Mammoth Mountain and others will be open through the 4th of July.

Mt. Rose, Today. Image: Mt. Rose Facebook Page

1.       Mt. Rose, NV: 636”

Beautiful snow awaits you at Sugar Bowl Today. Image: Sugar Bowl Facebook Page

2.       Sugar Bowl, CA: 620″

Dumping at Boreal. Image: @jake_tahoe

3.       Boreal Mountain, CA: 584”

Big snow yesterday. Image: Squaw/Alpine Facebook Page

4.       Alpine Meadows, CA: 565”

Pillow skiing at Squaw. Image: Bevan Waite

5.   Squaw Valley, CA: 561″

Beautiful conditions. Image: Kirkwood Facebook Page

6.        Kirkwood, CA: 556”

Extended Season. Image: heavenly Facebook Page

7.  Heavenly, CA: 544″

Beautiful day. Image: Northstar Facebook Page

8.  Northstar, CA: 534″

DEEP at Baker. Image: Jakob Reisinger

9.       Mt. Baker, WA: 512”

DEEP at Mammoth. Image: Mammoth Mountain

10.       Mammoth, CA: 510″

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