This horse kicks alright! Credit: Facebook
Not decided yet where to ride this festive season? Got a multi-resort pass and have too many options? Well, let us help you out with the deepest snowpacks in North America right now.
First, it was Colorado and the East Coast, then California caught up, and this last week or so the PNW and Canada have been getting the goods. Before the weekend we’ll probably see some of these resorts in triple figures – and it’s still December!
The PNW and Canada finally saw some decent snow, and it’s still dumping right now. In case you didn’t know, Revelstoke Mountain Resort is going OFF right now…
Let DEEPcember continue… All stats include both man-made and natural snowpack and are taken from resorts’ official homepages (summit totals where available).
Mt. Baker got dumped on these last few days! Credit: Facebook
#1 Mt. Baker, WA – 95”
Powabunga! It’s deep at Whistler right now. Credit: Facebook
#2 Whistler, BC – 82”
Revelstoke has been so sweet this week, we keep extending our stay! Credit: SnowBrains
#3 Whitewater, BC – 67″
Mammoth Mountain has had an epic start to the season. Credit: Facebook
#4 Alpental, WA – 66″ (opening date TBC)
Grand Targhee looking pretty tempting at the moment. Credit: Facebook
#5 Mt. Hood Meadows, OR, Stevens Pass, WA, Revelstoke, BC – 63”
#6 Alyeska, AK, Lookout Pass, ID, Boreal, CA, Soda Springs, CA – 62″
Sierra-at-Tahoe has had an awesome start to the season. Credit: Facebook
#7 Mammoth Mountain, CA, Silverton, CO, Mt. Seymour, BC – 55”
#8 Grand Targhee, WY, Kicking Horse, BC – 54″
Conditions at Banff right now are pretty sweet. Credit: Facebook
#9 Fernie, BC – 52”
#10 Sierra-at-Tahoe, CA – 50″
The Greatest Snow on Earth? We’re not going to argue with you… Credit: Facebook
#11 Banff, AB – 47″
#12 Snowbird, UT – 46″
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Alpental isn’t even open yet.