The Western U.S. has been the recipient of some HUGE storms so far this winter. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has had the DEEPEST December in 40 years.
Winter officially started 5 days ago, which means there is a lot more snow to come this year. As the snow continues to fall, the powder hounds rejoice.
As the cold weather moves back into the West, it brings along with it lots of moisture, as the PNW is expected to get hit with another large storm tonight.
**listed snowfall totals come directly from each ski resorts’ upper mountain snowfall numbers as posted on their websites as of December 26th, 2016.
TOP 10 SNOWFALL TOTALS in NORTH AMERICA:
#1. Mt. Baker, WA = 275″
#2. Jackson Hole, WY = 238″
#2. Revelstoke, BC = 238″
#4. Timberline Lodge, OR = 235″
#5. Mt. Bachelor, OR = 215″
#6. Grand Targhee, Wydaho = 206″
#7. Whitewater, BC = 185″
#8. Mt. Hood Meadows, OR = 170″
#8. Brighton, UT = 170″
#10. Whistler, BC = 164″
A few more snowfall totals from some of our favorite ski resorts:
- Solitude, UT = 158″
- Powder Mountain, UT = 158″
- Kicking Horse, BC = 157″
- Snowbird, UT = 156″
- Mt Rose, NV = 153″
- Alta, UT = 152″
- Stevens Pass, WA = 142″
- Jay Peak, VT = 132″
- Fernie, BC = 122″
- Steamboat, CO = 121″
- Crystal Mountain, WA = 120″