This list is especially interesting this year since this was such a difficult winter for so much of the USA. The majority of North America saw below average snowfall, including all ski resorts on this list. That said, there were zones that did better than others.
Wyoming did well this year reaching 200 inches of snowfall early in the season and ending up above 300″.
You can’t ignore the East Coast. The East Coast was famous for big storms this year and some of those storms translated to big snow in the mountains there. Jay Peak ended up only 5″ below their average annual snowfall.
Utah had a late season surge that brought their numbers up above 300″, but still well below average.
Normally, the Pacific Northwest and California dominate this list. Not this year. This year, there isn’t a single West Coast ski resort on this list.
Hopefully next year we see a big pattern change with numbers at or above average at ski resorts in the USA.
(note: we obtained these numbers by calling ski resorts and acquiring snowfall data from their websites)