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Deepest Snowpack for North American Resorts

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This is a list of top ten's on Unofficial Networks  -

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10 Deepest Snowpacks in North America 

1.  Mt. Baker, WA = 191″

2. Mt. Seymour, B.C. = 183″

3.  Mammoth Mountain, CA = 180″

4.  Grouse Mountains, B.C. = 175″

5.  Cypress Mountain, B.C. = 169″

6.  Alyeska, AK = 165″

6.  Alpental, WA = 165″

6.  Snoqualmie, WA = 165″

7.  Eagle Crest, AK = 148″

8.  Timberline Lodge, OR = 142″

9.  Sugar Bowl, CA = 124″

10.  Mt. Bachelor, OR = 122″

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Are these snapshots or averages?
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It looks like current (as of a day or two ago) as the CA and WA numbers are pretty close to

http://opensnow.com/state/CA?type=snowreport

and

http://opensnow.com/state/WA?type=snowreport

 

It looks like Sugar Bowl is only 70% open and most of the CA/WA resorts are reporting spring conditions.

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Schweitzer has 122" also (tied for 10th).

 

I'm pretty sure it's frowned upon to copy/paste entire articles, especially as staff.

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