Snowiest New England Ski Resorts Right Now

Robin Azer |
Jay Peak “Ridge Refills” – Feb 14, 2017
Credit: Jay Peak

New England: First came Winter Storm Niko, a one day blizzard-blast that hit New England last Thursday.  Then a two-day snow bombing from Winter Storm Orson dumped an additional three feet of snow, in some areas, on February 12 – 13.

Who were the biggest beneficiaries? Below are the Snowiest New England Ski Resorts right now. 

#1 Shawnee Peak, ME

Shawnee Peak, ME 
Credit: Shawnee Peak Facebook page

New Snow (72 hrs): 43″

Season Total: 95″

Base Depth (Lower/ Upper): 30″/ 44″

#2 Jay Peak, VT

Jay Peak February 13, 2017

New Snow (72 hrs): 38″

Season Total: 331″

Base Depth (Lower/Upper): 25″/ 54″

#3 Killington Resort, VT

Killington Resort, February 13, 2017
Credit: Killington Facebook page

New Snow (72 hrs): 34″

Season Total: 172.5″

Base Depth (Lower/Upper): 24″/ 36″

#4 Burke Mountain, VT

Burke Mountain, Feb.13, 2017
Credit: Burke Mtn

New Snow (72 hrs): 29″

Season Total: 162″

Base Depth (Lower/ Upper): 20″/20″

#5 Cannon Mountain, NH

Cannon Mountain –
Credit: Cannon Mtn FB page

New Snow (72 hrs): 26″

Season Total: 151″

Base Depth (Lower/ Upper): 24″/48″


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5 thoughts on “Snowiest New England Ski Resorts Right Now

    1. For 72 hour totals (most recent at the time of publication) Stowe had 18″. They picked up another 4″ overnight, upping their total today to 22″ of fresh powder. Is Stowe where you ski? How are the “Front Four” skiing right now?

    1. Typo, Sam – you’re right.

      43 inches – still tops this list at the time of publication earlier today.

  1. Nice to see our brothers and sisters on the Other Coast picking up the goods! Just wondering why our Left Coast storms don’t have names like they do. Oh wait, they’re just called storms out here : )

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