Top 9 Deepest Snowpacks in North America Right Now

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DEEP at Mammoth Mountain, CA. Credit: Resort

Snow has been pummeling the west, with several atmospheric rivers and storms dumping on California and Utah. Ski areas are seeing their snowiest winters in 20 years; many have already surpassed last season’s total snowfall. Old Man Winter has been good to us so far, and with more snow on the forecast, it’s only looking like it’s getting better…

These are the resorts with the deepest snowpacks so far: (all numbers were taken from resorts’ websites on 01/30/23 at 8:00 am PST)

#9: Brighton, UT – 129″

Credit: Northstar Facebook

#8: Palisades Tahoe, CA; Kirkwood, CA – 132″

Pitted. December 2022. Credit: Palisades Tahoe Facebook

#7: Bear Valley, CA – 137″

Credit: Bear Valley Facebook

#6: Mount Hood Meadows, OR – 143″

December 1st at Mt. Hood Meadows. Credit: Resort

#5: Alta, UT – 148″

Woah! Alta is having a DEEP 2022/23. Credit: Resort

#4: Sugar Bowl, CA – 149″

Credit: Sugar Bowl Facebook

#3: Boreal, CA – 165″

boreal, california
Great conditions at Boreal. Credit: Facebook

#2: Sierra-at-Tahoe, CA – 167″

Sierra-at-Tahoe looking good. Credit: Resort Facebook

#1: Mammoth Mountain, CA – 238″

DEEP! Credit: Christian Pondella/Mammoth Mountain

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7 thoughts on “Top 9 Deepest Snowpacks in North America Right Now

  1. Mammoth definitely does not have a 105″ base. They have a 57″ base. Very easy to see on their snow report

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