The season is winding down and a number of resorts that were on this list have now closed.
The resorts below, however, are still open and still crushing. This weekend’s storm in the PNW has boosted a few of these totals. Fingers crossed there’s still more to come…
These are the base depths at the snowiest resorts in North America this week: (measurements taken from resorts’ websites at 0530 am PT, 04/011/22).
Alyeska Resort, AK – 192″
Mt Baker, WA – 182″
Summit at Snoqualmie Alpental, WA – 170″
Grouse Mountain, BC – 165″
Mt. Hood Meadows, OR – 150″
Timberline, OR – 148″
White Pass Ski Area, WA – 128″
Revelstoke, BC – 117″
Fernie, BC – 116″
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Mammoth Mt Calif. did not get 120″ of snow right now they have very little snow.
Powder King 83″
Powder King 83″
… didn’t check others yet
WAIT! Whistler Blackcomb FTW (47 inches). Because our atmospheric rivers freeze about 4,000 feet…
Woah buddy, hold up there, let’s be civil! I probably agree w/ your “politics”, and Joel may be a commie??, but if he is trying to make a buck, more power to him! Anyway I like the SnowBrains articles, even if we only have a few more years to ski before it all melts. And so far I haven’t paid a dime!
Need SNOW? Visit CHRISTOMER.com/blog and find out the goods. I’m not a political fool like the opensnow commie, so don’t patronize his crap. Chris is genuine and isn’t trying to get rich off the snow forecast. I appreciate his candor and he isn’t going to shame you for keeping it pure blood. He also won’t stop posting about the weather if the commies demand another lockdown. When commie Joel stopped his weather predictions, he sold his soul. Never again go there unless to post about how great CHRIS TOMER is. Yea i got a man crush but only want to date his sister, or possibly his mom. Cheers!