Mountain Collective Pass Holder Weekend Guide | Where To Find The Snow

Chris Wallner | | WeatherWeather
Miles Clark shredding the POW at Squaw Valley yesterday.
Miles Clark shredding the POW at Squaw Valley yesterday.

If you’re a Mountain Collective Pass holder and you’re looking for powder this weekend, you have a lot of options. The west is about to experience a very active weekend. Multiple storms are expected to move through the area and drop snow all over. The ski resorts included in this pass have had an amazing season as a whole, as storms have been constantly moving through the west all winter long. When deciding where to use your pass this weekend, check out this list of the TOP 3 Mountain Collective forecasts for this weekend.

Snowing at Mammoth Today. Image: Mammoth Facebook Page
Snowing at Mammoth Today. Image: Mammoth Facebook Page

Mammoth Mountain Forecast: 3-6+’ Thursday-Monday

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS THROUGH MONDAY MORNING: 3 TO 6 FEET ABOVE
  8000 FEET WITH LOCALLY UP TO 8 FEET ON THE SIERRA CREST.
- NOAA Hanford, CA Today
Squaw Valley Today. Image: Squaw Facebook Page
Squaw Valley Today. Image: Squaw Facebook Page

Squaw Valley Forecast: 3-6+’ Through Monday

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS THROUGH MONDAY MORNING: 3 TO 6 FEET ABOVE
  7000 FEET WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS. 2 TO 4 FEET AT LAKE
  LEVEL.
- NOAA Reno, NV Today
Aspen kicking off the New Year right. Image: Jeremy Swanson Photo
Aspen kicking off the New Year right. Image: Jeremy Swanson Photo

Aspen Snowmass Forecast: 8-14+” Through Saturday

* SNOW ACCUMULATION...8 TO 14 INCHES WITH LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS
  POSSIBLE.
- NOAA Grand Junction, CO Today

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2 thoughts on “Mountain Collective Pass Holder Weekend Guide | Where To Find The Snow

  1. If you’re gonna do 2 sponsored stories in 2 days, at least try to be a little bit more subtle about it.

    1. They actually aren’t sponsored content. A lot of SnowBrains followers have Mountain Collective Passes and we are just trying to keep them informed. It has been a great year for the western ski resorts and that is reflected by their current snowpacks. I see where you are coming from saying that it looks like sponsored content, so I will work to make it look less like it since we are just trying to inform fellow pass holders.

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