Top 13 Snowfall Totals In North America | 1 Resort Has Over 700″ of Snow This Season

Chris Wallner | | Industry NewsIndustry News
Big WOW For Big POW at Grand Targhee. Image: Powder Day Photography

Snowfall has been plentiful throughout the Western United States this year. Canadian ski resorts such as Whistler and Revelstoke have experienced a great season as well so far. It’s crazy to say that its only March 23rd and all of the top 13 snowfall totals in North America are above 530″. Look for Western Snowfall Totals to increase throughout the weekend with Spring Storms Arriving.

Top 13 North American Snowfall Totals:

Baker has been DEEP as of late. Image: Brad Andrew

1.       Mt. Baker, WA: 718”

POW POW at Sugar Bowl. Image: Sugar Bowl Facebook Page

2.       Sugar Bowl, CA: 694”

Mt. Rose has the snow. Image: Mt. Rose Facebook Page

3.       Mt. Rose, NV: 691”

Nuking at Boreal. Image: Boreal Facebook Page

4.       Boreal Mountain, CA: 645”

Pow at Squaw. Image: Squaw Valley Facebook Page

5.       Squaw Valley, CA: 638”

Buried cars at Alpine. Image: Squaw Facebook Page

6.       Alpine Meadows, CA: 629”

Northstar Buried. Image: Northstar Facebook Page

7.       Northstar, CA: 622”

Sunshine & Fresh Snow. Image: Kirkwood Facebook Page

8.       Kirkwood Mountain, CA: 619”

It’s never too deep for burgers. Image: Heavenly Facebook Page

9.       Heavenly Mountain, CA: 609”

Bluebird Powder Days. Image: Brighton Facebook Page

10.   Brighton, UT: 564”

White room at Sierra-At-Tahoe. Image: Matt Bombino

11.   Sierra-At-Tahoe, CA: 552”

JHMR has the goods. Image: Chris Figenshau

12.   Jackson Hole, WY: 548”

Mammoth was DEEP yesterday. Image: Mammoth Mountain Facebook Page

13.   Mammoth Mountain, CA: 530”

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2 thoughts on “Top 13 Snowfall Totals In North America | 1 Resort Has Over 700″ of Snow This Season

  1. The picture you have of #8 Kirkwood is a bar at Heavenly not Kirkwood. It’s at the Lakeview Lodge at the top of the tram.

    1. Hey Adam, the picture for Kirkwood is actually the snowboarder just above their numbers. Sorry for the confusion, the picture for each resort is just above their name with the snowfall total.

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