Check out the latest ski and snowboard photos from North America ski resorts via the gallery below. These mountain and skiing pictures are sourced by our editorial team, the ski resorts themselves, as well as uploaded to our OnTheSnow Ski & Snow Report Mobile App thanks to skiers and riders like you! The firsthand comments and photos provide a crowd-sourced look at what's happening right now at North America ski resorts, and anyone can upload a ski area photo using the app and see it live right here. Don't miss these up-to-the-minute skiing shots or the opportunity to contribute your own!
Some of the first turns of the 18/19 season were carved at Wolf Creek on October 13. - © Wolf Creek, Scott DW Smith

Some of the first turns of the 18/19 season were carved at Wolf Creek on October 13.
Copyright: Wolf Creek, Scott DW Smith

Some of the first turns of the 18/19 season were carved at Wolf Creek on October 13. - © Wolf Creek, Scott DW Smith
Slashing big turns on opening day. - © Wolf Creek, Scott DW Smith

Slashing big turns on opening day.
Copyright: Wolf Creek, Scott DW Smith

Slashing big turns on opening day. - © Wolf Creek, Scott DW Smith
Not bad conditions for the first day of the North American ski season. - © Wolf Creek, Scott DW Smith

Not bad conditions for the first day of the North American ski season.
Copyright: Wolf Creek, Scott DW Smith

Not bad conditions for the first day of the North American ski season. - © Wolf Creek, Scott DW Smith
First chair of the 18/19 season is cause for celebration. - © Wolf Creek, Christian Murdock

First chair of the 18/19 season is cause for celebration.
Copyright: Wolf Creek, Christian Murdock

First chair of the 18/19 season is cause for celebration. - © Wolf Creek, Christian Murdock
Lapping Wolf Creek's opening day powder. - © Wolf Creek, Christian Murdock

Lapping Wolf Creek's opening day powder.
Copyright: Wolf Creek, Christian Murdock

Lapping Wolf Creek's opening day powder. - © Wolf Creek, Christian Murdock
Opening day perspective. - © Wolf Creek, Christian Murdock

Opening day perspective.
Copyright: Wolf Creek, Christian Murdock

Opening day perspective. - © Wolf Creek, Christian Murdock
Breckenridge - 9 inch overnight snow fall, 19 inch base. via Breckenridge.com
 - © anonymous

Breckenridge - 9 inch overnight snow fall, 19 inch base. via Breckenridge.com
Copyright: anonymous

Breckenridge - 9 inch overnight snow fall, 19 inch base. via Breckenridge.com
 - © anonymous
Park City pumpkin patch. - © Park City Mountain, Rebekah Stevens

Park City pumpkin patch.
Copyright: Park City Mountain, Rebekah Stevens

Park City pumpkin patch. - © Park City Mountain, Rebekah Stevens
Snowbird was among many Utah resorts to see early season snowfall this October. - © Snowbird, Brian Brown

Snowbird was among many Utah resorts to see early season snowfall this October.
Copyright: Snowbird, Brian Brown

Snowbird was among many Utah resorts to see early season snowfall this October. - © Snowbird, Brian Brown
Silverton Mountain redefines what skiing can look like in early October. - © Silverton Mountain

Silverton Mountain redefines what skiing can look like in early October.
Copyright: Silverton Mountain

Silverton Mountain redefines what skiing can look like in early October. - © Silverton Mountain
Gondolas in the mist. - © Telluride

Gondolas in the mist.
Copyright: Telluride

Gondolas in the mist. - © Telluride
Arapahoe Basin's webcam the morning of October 8, 2018. - © Arapahoe Basin

Arapahoe Basin's webcam the morning of October 8, 2018.
Copyright: Arapahoe Basin

Arapahoe Basin's webcam the morning of October 8, 2018. - © Arapahoe Basin
Loveland Ski Area making snow the morning of October 8, 2018. - © Dustin Schaefer, Loveland Ski Area

Loveland Ski Area making snow the morning of October 8, 2018.
Copyright: Dustin Schaefer, Loveland Ski Area

Loveland Ski Area making snow the morning of October 8, 2018. - © Dustin Schaefer, Loveland Ski Area
Alta was one of many Utah ski areas to receive an early October dusting. - © Rocko Menzyk, Alta Ski Area

Alta was one of many Utah ski areas to receive an early October dusting.
Copyright: Rocko Menzyk, Alta Ski Area

Alta was one of many Utah ski areas to receive an early October dusting. - © Rocko Menzyk, Alta Ski Area
October snow at Snowbird created a stunning mix of fire and ice. - © David Amirault, Snowbird

October snow at Snowbird created a stunning mix of fire and ice.
Copyright: David Amirault, Snowbird

October snow at Snowbird created a stunning mix of fire and ice. - © David Amirault, Snowbird
2 feet of fresh at Nakiska.  - © Nakiska Ski Area

2 feet of fresh at Nakiska.
Copyright: Nakiska Ski Area

2 feet of fresh at Nakiska.  - © Nakiska Ski Area
The first layer of snow being laid down at Arapahoe Basin. - © Ashley Ojala

The first layer of snow being laid down at Arapahoe Basin.
Copyright: Ashley Ojala

The first layer of snow being laid down at Arapahoe Basin. - © Ashley Ojala
Time to wax the boards... - © Mitch Winton via Coast Mountain Photo

Time to wax the boards...
Copyright: Mitch Winton via Coast Mountain Photo

Time to wax the boards... - © Mitch Winton via Coast Mountain Photo
Time to start waxing the boards... - © Whistler Blackcomb

Time to start waxing the boards...
Copyright: Whistler Blackcomb

Time to start waxing the boards... - © Whistler Blackcomb
Schweitzer - © Schweitzer

Schweitzer
Copyright: Schweitzer

Schweitzer - © Schweitzer

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