Top 10 DEEPEST Snowpacks in North America Right Now

Steven Agar | | WeatherWeather
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Brandon Walsh, Squaw. Credit: SnowBrains

In to spring now, and the final weeks of skiing many resorts. March has been pretty eventful, California the clear winners, with almost 20-feet of snow falling on some CA resorts, really giving their snowpacks a boost meaning we see them in this deepest snowpacks list for the first time this season (better late than never, right?!).

In fact, due to this significant increase in the snowpack, Mammoth announced last week they will be open through Memorial Day at least, and then yesterday Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows announced the same.

So, without further ado, here are the top ten deepest snowpacks in North America right now… another storm or 2 and we could see a few of these break the 200″ barrier:

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Mammoth Mountain, CA. Credit: Andrew Miller

Top 10 DEEPEST Snowpacks in North America Right Now:

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Massif du Sud, QUE. Credit: Philippe B. Marceau

Massif du Sud, Quebec – 262″

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Powder beards at Mt Baker Ski Area, WA. Credit: Mt. Baker Facebook Page

Mt. Baker, WA – 251″

A solid base at Mt. Seymour, BC. Image: Mt. Seymour Facebook Page

Alpental, WA – 198″, Mt. Seymour, BC – 198″

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Grouse Mountain. Credit: Grouse Mountain Facebook

Grouse Mountain, BC – 184″

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Cypress Mountain, BC. Credit: Cypress Facebook Page

Cypress Mountain, BC – 183″

Mammoth Mountain, CA – 175″

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Sasquatch Mountain Resort, BC. Credit: Sasquatch Facebook

Sasquatch Mountain, BC – 161″

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Mt. Hood Meadows, OR. Credit: Mt. Hood Meadows Facebook Page

Mt. Hood Meadows, OR – 156″

Timberline Lodge, OR – 154″

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Jamie Blair slashing at Squaw, CA. Credit: SnowBrains

Whitefish Resort, MT – 151″, Lookout Pass, ID – 151″, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, CA – 151″


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