Top 37 Snowfall Totals in North America:

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Grand Targhee, WY on December, 2015. photo: jeep chief/snowbrains
Grand Targhee, WY on December, 2015. photo: jeep chief/snowbrains

This list shows us the 36 ski resorts in North America that have seen 100″ of snowfall this season or more. 

North America has been going off with huge snow storms this early season.  Christmas break starts today and we all need to know where the snow is.

WY, WA, AK, CA, CO, UT, NV, ID, OR, B.C., and AB all have ski resorts that are reporting over 100″ of snowfall this season already.

RED in the list below = ski resorts with the most snow in their state or province.

**note:  we obtained these numbers by calling ski resorts and acquiring snowfall data from their websites.
Mt. Baker backcountry on December 11th, 2015. photo: brad andrew
Mt. Baker backcountry on December 11th, 2015. photo: brad andrew

Top 36 Snowfall Totals in North America:

#1. Mt. Baker, WA = 208″

#2. Alyeska, AK = 190″

Skier Scott Rich dropping at Alyeska, AK on December14th, 2015. Photo: Justin Siemens/snowbrains.com
Skier Scott Rich dropping at Alyeska, AK on December14th, 2015. Photo: Justin Siemens/snowbrains.com

#3. Revelstoke, B.C. = 174″

#4. Whistler Blackcomb, B.C. = 163″

#4. Whitewater, B.C. = 163″

#4. Wolf Creek, CO = 163″

#7. Mt. Bachelor, OR = 160″

Mt. Bachelor, OR on December 13th, 2015. photo: julian hanna/snowbrains
Mt. Bachelor, OR on December 13th, 2015. photo: julian hanna/snowbrains

#8. Crystal Mountain, WA = 158″

#9. Timberline Lodge, OR = 151″

#10. Kicking Horse, B.C. = 149″

#11. Silver Star, B.C. = 139″

#12. White Pass, WA = 138″

#13. Big White, B.C. = 133″

#14. Stevens Pass, WA = 129″

#15. Loveland, CO = 128″

#16. Brundage Mountain, ID = 125″

#17. Sugar Bowl, CA = 124″

Sugar Bowl, CA on December 15th, 2015. photo: sugar bowl
Sugar Bowl, CA on December 15th, 2015. photo: sugar bowl

#18. Kirkwood, CA = 119″

#19. Cypress Mountain, B.C. = 118″

#19. Mt. Hood Meadows, OR = 118″

#21. Steamboat, CO = 116″

#22. Northstar, CA = 113″

#23. Grand Targhee, WY = 112″

Backcountry Soldier
Backcountry Soldier

#23. Lake Louise, AB = 112″

#25. Winter Park, CO = 111″

#26. Squaw Valley, CA = 110″

Squaw Valley, CA on December 16th, 2015. photo: kevin quinn/points north heli
Squaw Valley, CA on December 16th, 2015. photo: kevin quinn/points north heli

#26. Keystone, CO = 110″

#28. Sunshine Village, AB = 109″

#29. Jackson Hole, WY = 108″

#29. Snowbird, UT = 108″

#31. Mt. Rose, NV = 105″

#32. Eagle Crest, AK = 105″

#32. Alta, UT = 105″

#34.  Alpine Meadows, CA = 103″

Alpine Meadows, CA on December 16th, 2015. photo: kevin quinn/points north heli
Alpine Meadows, CA on December 16th, 2015. photo: kevin quinn/points north heli

#35. Boreal, CA = 101″

#35. Fernie, B.C. = 101″

#37. Beaver Creek, CO = 100″


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6 thoughts on “Top 37 Snowfall Totals in North America:

      1. Thanks, Charmane. We missed Whitewater. Got them in there. Mt. Wash doesn’t post their season total on their website that we could find, neither does apex. Where did you find those numbers? Thanks.

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