A Look Back: “SNOWvember”

A Look Back: “SNOWvember”

Now that it’s officially December, we’d like to have a moment of silence to thank the snow gods for this November, as it was officially one of the snowiest Novembers on record. The large amounts of snow made opening days feel more like powder days in January. From Whister to Colorado, and everywhere in-between, the Western half of North America got hammered.



Call it luck, thank our lady friend La Nina, or continue to do your snow dance, but If this keeps up it’s going to be an epic season. To remember such a great month, check out some of the snow totals from around the West.


photo: Snowbird

Colorado

Vail: 106” Total, 26” Base

Breckenridge : 109” Total, 36” Base

Steamboat: 111” Total, 42” Base

Wolf Creek: 75” Total, 32” Base

California

Kirkwood: 199”-203” Total, 50” Base

Mammoth: 88” Total, 50” Base

Squaw: 81” Total, 52” Base

Utah

Snowbird: 140” Total, 58” Base

Alta: 134” Total, 66” Base

Solitude: 123” Total, 47” Base

Pacific NW

Baker: 103” Total, 68” Base

Crystal: 91” Total, 39” Base

Wyoming

Jackson Hole: 136” Total, 51” Base

Grand Targhee: 124” Total, 48” Base

Montana

Big Sky: 67” Total, 45” Base

British Columbia

Whistler/Blackcomb: 102” Total, 54” Base

Fernie: 94” Total, 43” Base

Alaska

Alyeska: 135” Total, 72” Base

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