The Top 10 DEEPEST Snowpacks In North America Right Now:

Chris Wallner | | WeatherWeather
Stevens Pass, WA over the weekend. Image: Stevens Pass Facebook Page

It’s the beginning of February and all of the top 10 deepest snowpacks in North America are over 100″.  It looks like there’s more snow on tap for the PNW this week, so look for those PNW and BC snowpacks to grow. This season has been good for portions of the West, but the key is to go north.

Top 10 Deepest Snowpacks In North America:

Mt Baker Ski area this season. Image: Baker Facebook Page

1. Mt Baker, WA: 215″

2. Alpental, WA: 168″

POW to end the week at Cypress Mountain Resort. Image: Jessica Payne

3. Cypress Mountain, BC: 149″

3. Mt Seymour, BC: 149″

Beautiful powder day in BC. Image: Grouse Mountain Resort

5. Grouse Mountain, BC: 144″

6. Massif du Sud, QUE: 132″

Whistler Blackcomb last week. Image: Mitch Winton – Coast Mountain Photography

7. Sasquatch Mountain, BC: 131″

8. Whistler Blackcomb, BC: 124″

Fernie Alpine Resort last week. Image: Colin Sutherland

9. Fernie Alpine Resort, BC: 116″

10. Stevens Pass Ski Area, WA: 113″


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2 thoughts on “The Top 10 DEEPEST Snowpacks In North America Right Now:

  1. Please stop including Massif du Sud in tyese articles. the 132 inches is their snowfall to date. Not their snow depth! It would be a truly exceptional winter for any resort on the east coast to reach this number, and it hasn’t been.

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