The Top 13 DEEPEST Snowpacks in North America Right Now:

Revelstoke Mountain Resort
Revelstoke got over 4 FEET of the good stuff in December. Credit: SnowBrains

The holidays have been and gone and winter is well and truly in full swing. These are the resorts offering the deepest snowpacks so far this winter.

California snowpack is right about normal at the moment, and with a big storm heading to the PNW this weekend, conditions up there will only get better.

These are the resorts you’re going to want to hit this weekend, with the deepest snowpacks so far…

mount baker, Washington
Credit: Mount Baker Facebook

1: Mount Baker, WA – 130″

fernie, bc
Nice and deep… Credit: Fernie Facebook

2: Fernie, BC – 96″

alta, Utah
Miles slash at Alta, UT. image: SnowBrains

3: Alta, UT; Summit at Snoqualmie Alpental, WA; Powder King Mountain Resort, BC – 93″

Revelstoke Mountain Resort
Revelstoke got over 4 FEET of the good stuff in December. Credit: SnowBrains

6: Revelstoke, BC – 93″

snowbird, utah
Spraying at Snowbird. Credit: Facebook

7: Snowbird, UT; Whitewater Ski Resort, BC – 91″

schweitzer, Idaho
Powder off the T-bar at Schweitzer. Credit: Facebook

9: Schweitzer, ID – 88″

whitefish, Montana
Credit: Whitefish Mountain, MT. Credit: Facebook

10: Whitefish Mountain, MT; Big White Ski Resort, BC – 87″

mammoth, california
Santa delivered at Mammoth. Credit: Facebook

12: Mammoth, CA – 86″

Jackson Powder
Jackson Hole averages well over 400 inches of snowfall a year. Photo Credit: Jackson Hole

13: Jackson Hole, WY  – 80″

**All stats include both man-made and natural snowpack, taken from the summit, from data provided by each resort’s own website on Friday 10th January 2020.