By Sam Collentine, Meteorologist Posted 6 years ago February 14, 2017

February 2017 Ski Resort Base Depth vs. Average Update

This season's snowpack across the Western US can be described in one word: Healthy. This is due to an unstoppable train of storms that picked up steam in late November and continued full steam ahead through December, January, and into the first half of February. The storm track has been locked in for much of West but here's a look at six locations that stand out among the pack

Mammoth Mountain, California - 430" YTD

Kirkwood, California - 484" YTD

Mt Bachelor, Oregon - 362" YTD

Jackson Hole, Wyoming - 434" YTD

Snowbird, Utah - 340" YTD

Crested Butte, Colorado - 279" YTD

Ready for more? You're in luck as we are tracking another very active storm cycle through the end of February. Stay up-to-date with the latest snow forecast via our team of local forecasters and download our iOS or Andriod App so you never miss another powder day!


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Sam Collentine


Sam Collentine is the Chief Operating Officer of OpenSnow and lives in Basalt, Colorado. Before joining OpenSnow, he studied Atmospheric Science at the University of Colorado, spent time at Channel 7 News in Denver, and at the National Weather Service in Boulder.

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