[UPDATED] These Are the 18 Resorts in the U.S. That Have Set Snowfall Records This Season

Brent Thomas | | Industry NewsIndustry News
It was a deep year. Credit: Snowbird FB

It has been a winter to remember, especially in the western United States. California and Utah saw huge snowfall totals. All these resorts are raising a banner for record snowfall during the 2022/23 season.

The list is in ascending order based on total snowfall. All snow totals are from April 15, 2023, meaning they could still add to their already impressive records.

Snowfall Records

Eagle Point, UT – 367 inches

Cherry Peak, UT – 459 inches

China Peak, CA – 549 inches* (701 inches at summit)

Heavenly, CA – 570 inches

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Heavenly Resort on March 10, 2023. Credit: Heavenly Mountain FB

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, WY – 595 inches

Deer Valley, UT – 598 inches

Snowbasin, UT – 605 inches

Snowbasin after a 47-inch storm cycle on April 5, 2023. Credit: Snowbasin Resort FB

Park City, UT – 624 inches

Bear Valley Resort, CA – 672 inches

Mammoth Mountain, CA – 705 inches (885 inches at the summit)

Kirkwood, CA – 707 inches

Palisades Tahoe, CA – 710 inches

Buried chair at Mammoth on March 15, 2023. Credit: Mammoth Mountain FB

Dodge Ridge Mountain Resort, CA – 731 inches

Boreal, CA – 741 inches*

Solitude Mountain Resort, UT – 783 inches

Snowbird, UT – 812 inches

Brighton, UT – 850 inches

Alta, UT – 884 inches

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The day Alta broke their record of 748 inches on March 25, 2023. Credit: Alta Ski Area FB

Close, but not quite yet

Sugar Bowl, CA – 792 inches (4 inches away from record)

Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments. 

* = unconfirmed record

Snowbird, UT. April 4, 2023. Credit: Snowbird FB

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