From rockfalls and record-breaking winds in Colorado to Northern California getting absolutely DUMPED on, Thanksgiving week was a doozy for many resorts across the US. So who came out of it on top with the deepest snowpack?

Top 20 base depths in the United States right now:

  1. Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, California | Lower: 40" Upper: 65"
  2. Heavenly Mountain Resort, California | Lower: 39" Upper: 58"
  3. Snowshoe Mountain Resort, West Virginia | Lower: 55" Upper: 55"
  4. Arizona Snowbowl, Arizona | Lower: 54" Upper: 54"
  5. Bear Valley, California | Lower: 52" Upper: 52"
  6. Kirkwood, California | Lower: 56" Upper: 52"
  7. Granite Peak Ski Area, Wisconsin | Lower: 30" Upper: 52"
  8. Alta Ski Area, Utah | Lower: 50" Upper: 50"
  9. Sierra at Tahoe, California | Lower: 43" Upper: 50"
  10. Snowbird, Utah | Lower: 50" Upper: 50"
  11. Big Boulder, Pensylvania | Lower: 48" Upper: 48"
  12. Boreal Mountain Resort, California | Lower: 48" Upper: 48"
  13. Bromley Mountain, Vermont | Lower: 24" Upper: 48"
  14. Cataloochee Ski Area, North Carolina | Lower: 26" Upper: 48"
  15. Elk Mountain Ski Resort, Pennsylvania | Lower: 18" Upper: 48"
  16. Giants Ridge Resort, Minnesota | Lower: 24" Upper: 48"
  17. Hyland Ski & Snowboard Area, Minnesota | Lower: 36" Upper: 48"
  18. Mt. Rose - Ski Tahoe, Nevada | Lower: 28" Upper: 48"
  19. Ski Brule, Michigan | Lower: 36" Upper: 48"
  20. Smugglers' Notch Resort, Vermont | Lower: 20" Upper: 48"

 

Full List of US Resort Base Depths