Recap of the 2022/23 North American Ski Season’s Epic Snowfall in Photos and Videos

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Deep Powder at Deer Valley. Photo Credit: Ski Utah

This past winter produced epic amounts of snowpack throughout parts of the Western U.S. and with it brought a season that few skiers will forget. From Montana to Utah and California, skiers and riders were living a ski season that seemed to never end. Mammoth Mountain, California, accumulated almost 900 inches of snow, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, saw almost 600 inches of snow, and Boreal, Kirkwood, and Palisades Tahoe all pushed past the 700-inch mark as well this season.

This was truly a season to remember for all the snow enthusiasts and many people have been sharing photos and videos of this past season on social media recapping what an epic season it was. They say a picture is worth a thousand words and these photos/videos are credit to that cliche. The 2023/24 season is less than 90 days away for some mountains already— here’s to looking forward to another great season!


Palisades Tahoe, CA

Mammoth Mountain, CA

Jackson Hole, WY

Copper Mountain, CO

Crystal Mountain, WA

Sugarbush, VT

Snowbasin, UT


A member of the Bear Valley Ski Patrol touches the top of a chair lift following the latest atmospheric river in California. Photo Credit: Bear Valley Ski Patrol
Mammoth Mountain. Photo Credit:
Mammoth Mountain. Photo Credit: Carol Highsmith

Mammoth Lakes, CA. Photo Credit: Peter Morning, Mammoth Mountain
Mammoth Lakes. Photo Credit: Peter Morning, Mammoth Mountain
Mammoth Lakes, CA. Photo Credit: Scott Gaffney. Insta @scottgaffski
Mammoth Mountain, CA.  Photo Credit: Mammoth Mountain

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