Whether your hometown hill’s got good coverage, these powdery shots—highlighting some of this season’s best dumps—will remind you it’s winter. And maybe inspire a road trip.
Photo: Andrew Kooyman
Skier: Dimitri Littig
Brighton lucked out with an unexpected 21-inch storm.
Photo: Lane Clark
Skier: Drew Wittstock
Wittstock found 10-inches of fresh after a storm on Redemption Ridge.
Photo: Shelley Bowen
Skier: Jim Dufresne
With a 72-hour storm that dropped 18 inches, Sunday River skis, er, sits pretty with more snow in the forecast.
Photo: Dan Evans
Sunshine Village had a 34-inch week. Where are our passports?
Photo: Paul Morrison
Skier: Chad Sayers
Finding a stash above the clouds.
Photo: Andrew Lanoue
Skier: Matt Swift
It keeps nuking pow at Jay Peak.
Photo: John Atkinson
Skier: Chris Parkinson
Valentine’s Day snow dances worked. Sugarbush’s seen 190 inches so far.
Photo: Andrew Maquire/Breckenridge Ski Resort
Breck got a 14-inch February storm.
Photo: Chris Moseley
Lake Louise received a two-foot, week-long dump. And its Ski Big 3 buddy Mount Norquay has some fresh, too. Seriously, where are our passports?
Photo: Richard Hallman
Skier: Tommy Ellingson
Storms keep flirting with Meadows, bringing a mixture of snrain, sleet, and snow to the base area. But this one finally chilled and dropped seven inches at the base area level and 17 inches on the upper mountain shortly thereafter.
Photo: Paul Otsu
Skier: Asano Otsu
Red Lodge Mountain is in the white room.
Photo: Jeb Wallace Brodeur
Skier: Ben Friedman
More than a foot and a half of fresh dumped on Mad River Glen in 72 hours.
Photo: Snowshoe Mountain Resort
Skier: Alex Strattman
Five feet of fresh snow has fallen on Snowshoe in four weeks. West Virginia, what?!