So, much, snow already in 2017; see where and how deep

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A new year is here and it’s already brought an absolutely crazy amount of snow to the Western section of North America. From Colorado to Utah to California to British Columbia and just about everywhere in between, the white stuff is coming down hard and skiers are unsurprisingly taking advantage, big time.

Perhaps the most notable area seeing snow right now is Mammoth; the mountain received a whopping 46 inches in the past 24 hours and is projected to see several more feet over the next few days. Higher elevations in the Sierra Nevada are reportedly going to see up to 20 feet of snow over the next 7-10 days…

Resorts in Utah like Snowbird have also been getting a lot of attention via a storm that brought two-to-three feet of pow with more on the way. Colorado will be seeing similar snow totals, too—with two or more feet project to fall.

In sum, winter 2017 is shaping up to be an awesome year simply based off the snowfall happening right now, and we are psyched. Below, browse through a big collection of media that shows off all the snowy greatness then get the hell out there ASAP.

Found what we were lookin for here @snowbird! 🎥: @timdurtschi #chasingpink

A video posted by Colter Hinchliffe (@colterjh) on

MAJOR DUMP ALERT! 24-46" in the last 24 hours and this is just the beginning. 📸 @petermorning

A photo posted by Mammoth Mountain (@mammothmountain) on


Mammoth Mountain. Photo: Peter Morning / Mammoth Mountain Ski Area


Mammoth Mountain. Photo: Peter Morning / Mammoth Mountain Ski Area


Mammoth Mountain. Photo: Peter Morning / Mammoth Mountain Ski Area

Good times imminent || #ToTheKore

A photo posted by ian morrison (@ian_morrison) on

@patandtats Chris Tatsuno finding some fresh stuff in the new year. (📷: @blizzimages )

A photo posted by Aspen Snowmass (@aspensnowmass) on

10 inches and counting! Who got some face shots this morning? #burythebutte

A photo posted by Crested Butte Mountain Resort (@skicrestedbutte) on


Armada just released one of the deepest pow edits of all time

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