Snow reports

1/16/17: Where is it snowing in the Alps + Japan? 

Engleberg Titlis Switzerland snow

We love reporting good snow news and there’s been a lot of that lately, especially for Western U.S. skiers and riders. But, they’re not the only ones! The weekend brought a snow-laden storm to the northwestern and northern Alps, and it’s still snowing! Hokkaido is also enjoying its legendary “Japanuary” conditions. In fact, we currently […]

1/11/2017: Where is it snowing in the U.S.? 

california snowfall

Over the past week, winter storms have been pounding the Western U.S., resulting in snorkel-worthy powder for lucky skiers and snowboarders and even a few resort closures. California came out as the winner, receiving as much as 46 inches in 48 hours in some areas! According to Joel Gratz at OpenSnow, most areas in Colorado received […]

Crested Butte closes because of too much snow 

Crested Butte snow, Crested Butte closes

Original article by 9News A Colorado ski resort got so much snow Monday, it was forced to close early. At about 1:30 p.m. on Monday, Crested Butte posted on Facebook that they would be closing lifts due to safety concerns for guests and employees. They said Monday they hoped to have everything running again normally […]

1/4/2017: Where is it snowing in the U.S. + Japan? 

japan skiing snow rusutsu

Many Western U.S. resorts are about to receive—or in the midst of—the most bountiful series of storms of the ski season, thus far. This means multiple feet of snow for many regions. We’re talking up to 27 inches in a 24-hour period, and we’re looking at you California. Colorado resorts could see upwards of 40-plus […]

1/3/2017: Where is it snowing in Europe? 

ski resort europe st anton

Many European resorts are getting excited for not one, but two winter storms descending along the northern Alps of Switzerland and Austria. According to wepowder, between nine and 40 inches could fall over the next six days throughout targeted areas. Accumulation is starting off slow today but will intensify early Wednesday, bringing in at least 20 inches of […]

Where will it snow in 2017? 

Jackson Hole snowfall

Originally posted by Sally Francklyn for Mountain Reservations Despite initial uncertainty, this winter’s snowfall patterns have already indicated that we’re in the midst of a La Niña year. This means above-average snowfall will continue for coastal resorts and, generally, status-quo snowfall for the interior. Read on to learn what forecasters are saying about where it will […]

12/14/2016: Where is it snowing? 

Photo: Mt. Bachelor Resort

Storms last week across much of the Western U.S. and British Columbia made for some awesome powder days and with more storm clouds rolling in, the fun is just beginning. According to OpenSnow, many Western U.S. resorts are expecting daily snowfall throughout rest of the week (30-plus inches for many areas), and British Columbia resorts should see […]

12/7/2016: Where is it snowing? 

vail snow, vail snowfall

Although some resorts started this season off a little slow, Mother Nature is making up for it! Fresh snow continues to accumulate at resorts across North America, encouraging downhill enthusiasts everywhere to break out their equipment. Thursday appears to be the beginning for yet another round of storms that will continue into next week. No matter […]

11/28/16: Where is it snowing? 

Jackson Hole snowfall

Lately, it seems like it’s been snowing just about everywhere in the North American High Country, but over the weekend, the biggest storm to date of the 2016-17 ski season swept across British Columbia and the Western U.S. and is still lingering in much of Utah and Colorado. Plus, forecasters have another storm in their […]

New snow all over U.S. Ski Country 

Squaw snowfall, Lake Tahoe snowfall

Today, it seems that just about all of U.S. Ski Country woke up to a blanket of white! And, it’s just in time, as opening weekend for most resorts is just days (or hours) away. More snow is also in the immediate and long-range forecasts for many regions, too. Learn more about the snow totals […]

Winter is coming to Colorado + Tetons 

Colorado snow, Vail snow, Aspen snow, OpenSnow forecast

While British Columbia and the Alps have enjoyed record-breaking, early-season snow, the Western U.S. has been a little, well, quiet. But no longer. A snow storm has the Colorado Rockies and Wyoming Tetons in its sights, starting tonight. Looking ahead, there’s more good snow news for the end of the month and into early December, […]

More early-season snow for Alps, British Columbia, Alaska + now Japan 

europe snow, snow in the alps, early snow in the alps

We’re happy to report more big, early-season snowfall in Ski Country. Over the weekend, snow fell in the Alps and more is expected this week, up to 6.5 feet in fact! In British Columbia and Alaska, the 10-day forecast is looking uber deep (8-feet-deep) and Japan has received some pre-season snow, too! New snowfall in […]