Yet another bountiful storm system has blessed the West! California, Colorado, Wyoming and Utah skiers and riders are enjoying deep days. So deep, in fact, that many California and Utah resorts have had to close lifts, again. See who’s received the most snow below:
California resorts receive up to 53″ of snow over the weekend
Receiving 246 inches this month (so far), Mammoth Mountain has recently reported that it has experienced the snowiest January in recorded history!
Top California snow totals
Utah’s Wasatch Range gets hammered again
Top Utah snow totals
Jackson Hole is bottomless
In two days, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort received 20 inches of snowfall. So far this season, the resort has seen an incredible 340 inches fall.
Colorado picks up more snow
Top Colorado snow totals
- Aspen Snowmass – 12” in 48 hours
- Telluride – 12” in 48 hours (30″ in past 72 hours)
- Crested Butte – 11” in 48 hours
- Beaver Creek – 11” in 48 hours
- Vail – 10″ in 48 hours
- Keystone – 9″ in 48 hours
- Copper Mountain – 8″ in 48 hours
- Breckenridge – 7″ in 48 hours
All this powder means spring-skiing conditions are going to be all-time. Book your trip today! Our 70+ Mountain Travel Experts are standing by for your call at 800-610-8911.
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