Only one ski resort in North America has broken 300″ of snowfall this winter: Alyeska Resort in Girdwood, AK. Aleyska is having a banner year and they’re on track to have a truly huge season. Alyeska averages 650″ of snowfall per season and they got 978″ of snowfall in 2011/12. They currently have a 97″ base.
6 out of 7 resorts on this list is from the West Coast of the USA. Alaska, Washington, Oregon, & California are the places getting the big snowfall numbers thus far this year.
Mt. Baker currently has a 105-137″ snowpack right now, the deepest in North America.
TOP 4 SNOWFALL TOTALS in NORTH AMERICA:
#1. Alyeska Resort, AK = 325″
#2. Mt. Baker, WA = 288″
#3. Timberline Lodge, OR = 264″
#4. Wolf Creek, CO = 260″
#5. Mt. Bachelor, OR = 247″
#6. Crystal Mountain, WA = 244″
#7. Sugar Bowl, CA = 239″