Memorable storm cycles and snowpack updates for every Mountain Collective destination. OpenSnow forecasts for every ski resort in the Southern Hemisphere. Weekly updates return in November 2021.
This will be my final update for the 2020-2021 season. Even though it was a "low tide" winter in terms of total snowfall for most destinations, we can all be very thankful for a successful ski season.
Looking back on the winter, the most memorable stretch of snow has to be Jackson Hole during the month of February. They ended the month with 171 inches, which made February 2021 the second snowiest February on record and the third snowiest month on record.
Not far behind was the historic week at Alta/Snowbird during the middle of February. Their 3-day snow total from February 15-18 was 64 inches, which brought their 7-day snow total to over 100 inches.
Here's a look at the snowpack compared to the 30-year average for every Mountain Collective destination located in the Western United States as of Wednesday, April 14, 2021:
Alpine Meadows: 47%
Arapahoe Basin: 76%
Aspen Highlands: 69%
Aspen Mountain: 72%
Big Sky: 92%
Grand Targhee: 86%
Jackson Hole: 84%
Squaw Valley: 42%
And don't forget that we now have forecasts on OpenSnow for every Mountain Collective destination in the Southern Hemisphere:
Coronet Peak, New Zealand
Mt. Buller, Australia
The Remarkables, New Zealand
Valle Nevado, Chile
Thank you so much for following the Mountain Collective Weekly Snow, have a great summer, and we'll see you right back here for the 2021-2022 season!