Snowiest ski resorts

Snowiest ski resorts

Skiers and boarders can never get enough of it! They spend their autumn waiting for it, enjoy it during the winter and keep looking for the last few centimeters in the spring when the season is over…

This winter was not a bad one overall globally with abundant snow in North America, Europe and Asia. Of course, too much snow can bring its problems: access roads may be closed, lifts buried, increased avalanche danger, etc. So who had the most snow this season?

According to our weather and snow forecast sources, here are among the snowiest resorts this season and in general:

With an average of 4 meters (157.5 inches):
Hintertux, Austria
Saas-Fee, Switzerland
Andermatt, Switzerland
Timberline , United States
Mt Bachelor, United States
Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia, Canada
Madesimo, Italy
Niseko, Japan

With an average of 4.5 meters (177.2 inches):
Passo Tonale, Italy
Mölltal Glacier, Austria
Kamitawa, Japan
Val D’Isere, France
Verbier, Switzerland

With an average of 5 meters or more (197 inches):
Val Thorens, France
Chamonix, France
Tignes, France
Kanin, Slovenia
Mt. Baker, Washington, USA
Alyeska, Alaska, USA
Alta, Utah, USA
Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada

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