Top 10 Snowiest Resorts In The East


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^Courtesy: FACEBOOK/Jay Peak Resort

If you’ve been following my posts, you may have picked up that I’m from the east. I’ve taken plenty of trips out west, but the majority of my skiing has taken place east of The Rockies.

I figured I’d put together a list of resorts in the east that average the most snowfall to prove you can have a powder day in states not named Colorado, California, Utah, etc.

*All data has been pulled directly from the resort’s websites*

*Coverage Image- Smuggler’s Notch, VT- Hugh’s Views*

Jay Peak, VT– 349″

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It’s deep at Jay

Stowe, VT– 314″

Bolton Valley, VT– 312″

Smugglers’ Notch, VT– 280″

Mount Bohemia, MI– 273″

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Mount Bohemian Powdaaaa

Sugarbush, VT– 250″

Killington, VT– 250″

Le Massif, Quebec– 212″

Wildcat, NH– 207″

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Wildcat

Okemo, VT– 200″

Bretton Woods, NH– 200″ (Tie)

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Courtesy: Omni Resorts- Bretton Woods

Looks like Vermont takes the lion’s share of resorts that made this Top 10. I understand this data may be controversial since ski resorts aren’t always the most honest in reporting snowfall totals. Regardless, these resorts should always land around the Top 10. Which resorts did I miss?



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