It’s time for California skiers and snowboarders to put away the headbands and spring-skiing duds and breakout the Gore-Tex again; winter has returned to the Sierras! Thanks to two cold, snow-producing storm systems that moved across California and much of the Western U.S., many California resorts have reported one to three feet of new snow within the last seven days.
Here’s who made out best:
See what a powder day at Northstar on 2/28/15 was like.
7-day California snow totals
- Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows: 33 inches
- Northstar: 25 inches
- Mammoth: 18 inches
- Kirkwood: 17 inches
- Heavenly: 12 inches
Meanwhile, the second storm system is still hanging over the U.S. Rockies and the snow continues to pile up. Stay tuned to the Ski.com Blog to see what resorts make out the best in the coming days.
Spring is around the corner and California’s snow conditions are looking prime so there’s no better time to book your spring-skiing trip to the Golden State. Start by requesting a customized quote, or if you need more advice speak with a Mountain Travel Expert at 800-610-8911.
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