For many skiers and riders, snow conditions play a big part in determining where they’ll go on their ski trip. Abundant cumulative totals typically translate to a good base and allow vacationers to decide their destination with confidence. Plus, ample snowfall often means an extended season, so it’s possible to squeeze in a last-minute, late-season trip.

Here are some top resorts that have reached the 300-inch mark for the 2015-16 season, plus resorts that are quickly approaching the milestone.

2015-16 cumulative snowfall at top ski resorts:

Updated: 2/22/16

Sugar Bowl, CA | 382″

Mt. Bachelor, OR | 368″

Northstar, CA | 338″

Whistler Blackcomb, B.C. | 335″

Snowbird, UT | 324″

Squaw Valley, CA | 324″

Revelstoke, B.C. | 318″

Jackson Hole, WY | 304″

Other resorts to watch:

Alta, UT | 298″
Big White, B.C. | 296″
Steamboat Springs, CO | 284″
Hokkaido-Furano, JA | 284″
Solitude, UT | 280″
Heavenly, CA | 273″


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