The Top 15 BIGGEST Snowfall Totals in North America Season-to-Date…

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Arizona Snowbowl. Credit: Joshua Esquivel

With the latest round of snow tapering for a few days, now is a good time to take stock of the snowfall totals for resorts across North America. The latest system was especially kind to California and Utah, with resorts in the Sierra Nevada and Wasatch getting multiple feet of fresh snow over a few days.

Both Alta and Snowbird in Utah had to delay their opening days on Friday while crews ensured the mountain was safe for eager powderhounds. And in California, a couple of resorts closed due to too much snow.

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Ripping it at Alta, UT. Credit: Alta Facebook

With the potential for even more FEET of snow to be added to these totals over the next 7-days, winter has definitely arrived with a bang…

Here are the resorts with the most snowfall so far this season…

#1 Alta, UT – 117″

#2 Snowbird, UT – 116″

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Credit: Kirkwood Facebook

#3 Kirkwood, CA – 104″

#4 Jackson Hole, WY – 91″

#5 Solitude, UT – 90″

#7 Powder Mountain, UT; Bear Valley, CA – 89″

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Chair 2 opens at Brian Head Resort, UT. Credit: BHR

#10 Brian Head, UT; Grand Targhee, WY – 81″

#11 Wolf Creek, CO – 79″

#12 Arizona Snowbowl, AZ – 78″

#13 Snowbasin, UT – 76″

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Credit: Mammoth Facebook

#14 Mammoth Mountain, CA – 73″

#15 Brighton, UT – 70″

*All snow totals are taken resort’s own websites and are correct at time of writing (9 am PT, 12/3/19)