The Top 14 Biggest Snowfall Totals in North America Right Now

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A skier finding epic turns at Mammoth on December 17, 2021. | Photo courtesy of Mammoth Mountain

December broke records in terms of snowfall across the West. Now January is here and ski resorts are in full mid-winter mode with healthy snowpacks as they continue to stack up their snowfall totals. High pressure plagues the West this week, but resorts still have a lot of snow.

So who’s got the most snow so far? Here are the 13 biggest snowfall totals in North America this season so far—keep in mind it’s only mid-January and this list will probably change but man, these resorts are looking GOOD right now…

 

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# 1 Alyeska Resort, AK – 370″

#2 Timberline, OR303″

#3 Revelstoke Mountain Resort, BC – 289″

Conditions are prime at Mammoth Mountain, CA right now. | Photo courtesy of Mammoth Mountain

#4 Boreal, CA – 276″

#5 Mammoth Mountain, CA |  Palisades Tahoe, CA   271″

#6 Whistler Blackcomb, BC | – 267″

 

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#7 Brighton, UT – 258″ 

#8 Grand Targhee, WY | Alta, UT  – 256″

#9 Jackson Hole, WY243″

#10 Banff Sunshine, AB  |  Kicking Horse, BC 216″

#11 Kirkwood, CA 211″

#12 Dodge Ridge, CA207″

 

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#13 Lake Louise, AB – 203″

#14 Mount Baker, WA – 182″ (as of Dec. 20, 2021)

*All snow numbers used in this article are taken from ski resort websites and their snow reporting services as of 01/14/2022 at 9:30 am PST.*


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4 thoughts on “The Top 14 Biggest Snowfall Totals in North America Right Now

  1. Shames?
    Powder King?
    There’s a few others missing from this list

    This time, I won’t simply provide the numbers for you as I’ve been doing for years. Snowbrains is old enough now to put a slight bit of effort into their research for the snowfall & base depth lists… Both of which I’ve yet to see accurate since the inception of SnowBrains

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