Top 10 Biggest Snowfall Totals in North America Right Now:

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Timberline Lodge, OR. Image: Timberline Facebook Page

North America is so DEEP right now. It’s only the beginning of March and there are some deep conditions at resorts throughout North America. This is astonishing, considering the fact that March is the snowiest month for a lot of ski resorts.

Top 10 Biggest Snowfall Totals In North America:

Mt. Baker, WA. Image: Rylan Schoen

1. Mt. Baker = 679″

2. Timberline Lodge, OR = 474″

Whistler Blackcomb, BC last week. Image: Mitch Winton | Coast Mountain Photography

3. Sasquatch Mountain, BC = 454″

4. Whistler Blackcomb, BC = 409″

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, WY. Image: Chris Figenshau

5. Revelstoke, BC = 407″

6. Jackson Hole, WY = 402″

Alpental, WA. Image: Cliff Rosson

7. Fernie, BC = 399″

7. Alpental, WA = 399″

Crystal Mountain, WA. Image: Crystal Facebook Page

9. Crystal Mountain, WA = 387″

10. Grand Targhee, WY = 386″

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3 thoughts on “Top 10 Biggest Snowfall Totals in North America Right Now:

  1. Really Disappointed that your report does not show Lookout Pass Ski and Recreation area as we have received over 440″ of snow this winter. I requested a change once before and someone had emailed me back that the correction would be made. Our resort is going off with visitors in the know coming from all over the west to enjoy our snowpack. Based upon what I read above we would be in the #4 position above Whistler. Please make a correction on your page and include us in an update. You can see our year to date snow totals on our snow conditions webpage in the text segment at the bottom of the page. Respectfully – Matt Sawyer – Dir. of Marketing

    1. Hey Matt, we want to get those in there, but we need you to answer our emails we’ve sent the past 2 weeks. We’ve send a couple now. Please write us back and lets dial it in. Your website doesn’t have snowfall totals on it and we can’t vet you here in the comments. Please write me back on email. thanks.

      1. Miles I have responded to all your emails. We have received 448″ of snow year to date. We show this total on our website in the comments section at the bottom. I also sent you an email with a photo to include in your gallery.

        Respectfully, Matt Sawyer – Dir. of Marketing for Lookout Pass Ski and Recreation area.

        Respectfully, Matt Sawyer _ Lookout Pass Ski and Recreation Area.

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