Top 11 Snowiest Resorts in North America Last Season

Steven Agar | | Industry NewsIndustry News
Chest-deep! Credit: Alta Ski Area

It’s no secret that last season was one for the record books. Generational snowfall created memories that will be passed down to children and grandchildren, and many ski areas broke records that had stood for decades.

So, while the snowfall in the west made winners of us all, summer has begun, the snow has (mostly) stopped, and the final counts are in.

The resorts below are the ones that saw the most snow in winter 22/23:

#11 Timberline, OR – 705″

timberline lodge, Oregon
Timberline Lodge, OR. Credit: Resort Facebook

#10 Soda Springs, CA – 709″

Credit: Soda Springs Facebook

#9 Mammoth Mountain, CA – 715″ (main lodge)

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

#8 Kirkwood, CA; Palisades Tahoe, CA – 727″

Digging out. Credit: Palisades Tahoe

#7 Dodge Ridge, CA – 757″

Dodge Ridge Mountain Resort looking absolutely buried right now. | Photo: Dodge Ridge Mountain Resort Facebook

#6 Boreal, CA – 759″

Boreal Mountain Resort, CA. Image: Boreal Mountain Resort Facebook

#5 Sugar Bowl, CA – 809″

Powder Tahoe
Powder Day at Sugar Bowl in Tahoe | Picture: Sugar Bowl Resort

#4 Solitude, UT – 816″

March 2023. Credit: Solitude

#3 Snowbird, UT – 838″

Picture: Snowbird Facebook Page

#2 Brighton, UT – 878″

A skier skis the deep at Brighton Resort, UT | Credit: Brighton Resort

#1 Alta, UT – 903″

Insane powder skiing today at Alta. | Picture: Martin Kuprianowicz/SnowBrains

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