The Top 15 Biggest Snowfall Totals in North America Season-to-Date

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Mt. Baker Ski Area, WA snakes the lead with 2 FEET more snow than the next resort on the list. Photo: Brad Andrew/Mt.BakerSkiArea/Facebook

The West has been blessed recently with season totals now well over 300 inches!  Alta, UT has received over 10 feet of snowfall in January alone, and Mt. Baker Ski Area, WA has snaked the lead with 2 feet more snow than the next resort on the list. With several more months of winter for many of these resorts, the season is off to an incredible start!

Check out the resorts with the most snowfall so far this season…

Alta Ski Area has received over 10 FEET of snow in January alone… Photo: Alta Ski Area/Facebook

#1 Mt. Baker Ski Area, WA – 363

#2 Snowbird, UT – 335

#3 Alta Ski Area, UT – 327

Brighton Resort with nothing but the deep stuff as of late. Photo: Brighton Resort/Facebook

#4 Brighton Resort, UT –321

#5 Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, WY – 286″

#6 TIE Powder King, BC & Revelstoke Mountain Resort, BC – 284″ 

Revelstoke leading the charge for Canada in terms of snowfall. Photo: Sharon Bader/SnowBrains

#7 Whitewater Ski Resort, BC – 272″

#8 Solitude Mountain Resort, UT – 265″

#9 Alyeska Resort, AK – 256″

Looking good at Fernie Alpine Resort. Photo: Matt Kuhn/Fernie Alpine Resort/Facebook

#10 TIE Castle Mountain Resort, Alberta  &

 Fernie Alpine Resort, BC – 251″

#11 Grand Targhee Resort, WY – 237″

#12 Wolf Creek Ski Area, CO – 235″

Peaceful and deep at Monarch Mountain, CO. Photo: Pepe/Monarch Mountain/Facebook

#13 Whistler, BC – 217

#14 Powder Mountain, UT – 213″

#15 Monarch Mountain, CO – 208″

*All snow numbers used in this article are taken from the ski resorts websites and their snow reporting services as of 1/23/2020 7 am PST.*

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14 thoughts on “The Top 15 Biggest Snowfall Totals in North America Season-to-Date

  1. Mt Baker, WA = 283″
    Wolf Creek, CO = 220″
    Grand Targhee, WY = 218″
    Fernie, BC = 214″
    Stevens Pass, WA = 191″
    Big White, BC = 181″
    Sunshine Village, AB = 173″
    … probably lots more.
    Author should do better research before posting.

  2. Kicking horse- 187″
    Lake Louise- 164″
    Sunshine village- 173″
    Wolf creek- 220″
    Monarch- 195″
    Snowbasin- 179″
    Pow mow- 190″
    Crystal- 170″
    Mt bachelor- 182″
    Whitefish- 155″
    Silver star- 156″
    Fernie- 214″

    I could go on, but you get the point.

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