As Winter Storm Orlena moves out of the Sierra Mountains today, Jackson Hole and Sun Valley‘s snow totals have been flying somewhat under the radar and understandably so. It’s hard to grab the headline when Mammoth Mountain just got 107 inches of powder at its higher elevations. But according to those on the ground, yesterday was the best day of the season thus far in Jackson Hole and perhaps the best powder day in recent memory for long-time Sun Valley locals. If you need some motivation to book that last-minute powder vacation, a Ski.com Mountain Travel Expert can help you find the perfect resort to satisfy your soft-snow cravings.
Jackson Hole Snow Report: 24 Hour – 10″ | 48 Hour – 22″ | Base Depth – 67″
Sun Valley Snow Report: 24 Hour – 20″ | 48 Hour – 27″ | Base Depth – 80″
— Ski.com (@Skicom) January 29, 2021
Meanwhile in Jackson, Tigger Knecht was out busy harvesting the crop and from the looks of it, the powder was being delivered by the bushel.
Our friends over at Powderchasers were there for first tracks off Mount Baldy and the footage below is nothing short of epic.