So your powder chasing options are Bridger, Taos, Copper and Solitude?
Don’t get me wrong, they are all excellent mountains, but 3 of these 4 mountains get ~300” of snow or less. The odds are not exactly in your favorite for “chasing”. While other places may get tracked out quicker, you’ll get a lot more opportunities, so is it the same net gain? Your call.
I’d be looking at:
Vail- Haters be damned. It notorious for deep totals under NW flow, close to Eagle airport and absolutely huge.
Steamboat- Very light deep snow with arguably the best tree skiing in the southern Rockies. 20 miles from Hayden airport.
LCC/BCC- Obvious reasons. Best mix of lift serviced quality/quantity snowfall in the US.
Ogden- ~400” at Snowbasin and PowMow with minimal crowds. Any questions?
Squaw- It’s a drought, I know, but its an easy drive from Reno and a place that can get feet upon feet of snow out a system.