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Alpine Meadows was hit with a storm that dumped more than 5 feet on the resort, setting them up for a great spring.
Photo Courtesy of Alpine Meadows
Two feet of snow made for soft landings at the Colorado Freeride Series at Snowmass.
Photo by Jeremy Swanson
Barely breathing, Quinn Fitzpatrick tests the snow at Big Mountain where 12-19 inches have fallen over the past seven days.
Photo by Chuck Haney
Two feet of snow showered Big Sky over the course of last week.
Photo Courtesy of Big Sky Resort
Twenty eight inches in seven days – two feet of which fell over the weekend at Bolton.
Photo Courtesy of Bolton Valley
A skier checks out a fresh 8 inches at Bromley.
Photo Courtesy of Bromley Mountain
The snow’s looking good at Indianhead, which received 20 inches of powder in the last week.
Photo Courtesy of Indianhead Mountain Resort
Killington received 25 inches in the last seven days and more than six feet since Feb. 1.
Photo Courtesy of Killington Resort
Mother Nature was kind to Kirkwood during the month of February, bringing over 15 feet to the area. The first round of storms hit Feb. 8, in which over 90 inches fell over four days. Since then, three additional storms have delivered over 140 inches.
Photo Courtesy of Kirkwood
Mad River Glen enjoyed 10-13 inches of new snow recently, and more is on the way.
Photo Courtesy of Mad River Glen
Smaller amounts of snowfall during the past seven days totaled about 18 inches at Montana Snowbowl.
Photo Courtesy of Montana Snowbowl
Jibbers hiking in a blizzard to compete in the Suzuki Halfpipe Jam. Mount Snow received two feet from the latest storm.
PHOTO: Rob Hudson
Okemo experienced whiteout conditions as a foot of snow fell over the resort this past weekend.
Photo Courtesy of Okemo
Pomerelle piled up 52 inches in the past seven days.
Photo Courtesy of Pomerelle
Silverton received 18 inches over the weekend, beefing up their already impressive base depth.
Photo Courtesy of Silverton Mountain
A skier enjoys the pure powder (28 inches of it) in the Black Hole.
Photo Courtesy of Smugglers’ Notch
Seth Roberts in Snowbasin’s 20 fresh inches.
Photo by Tim Roberts/SkiUtah.com
Snowbird was slammed with more than six feet of snow in seven days. They have received more than nine feet of new snow since February 10.
Chris Brydon goes big on Fantasy Ride at Solitude. Solitude enjoyed nine inches of new snow this week.
Photo by Tim Roberts/SkiUtah.com
Flying over The Fingers on KT-22 with more than five feet fresh in the last week.
Photo Courtesy of Squaw Valley
A skier in the Lookout Glades takes advantage of the 24-31 inches of fresh snow that fell on the resort last week.
Photo Courtesy of Stowe Mountain Resort
Saturday was a great day on Sugarbush’s Lincoln Peak. The resort got 11 inches of new snow is the past week.
Photo by Sandy Macys
Sugarloaf was blessed with 15-18 inches of fresh in the last three days.
Photo Courtesy of Sugarloaf
Over-the-head powder at Tamarack, which received 17 inches last week.
Photo Courtesy of Tamarack Resort
The Canyons has seen over five feet of snow in the last seven days (and 70.5 inches in the past 11 days).
Photo by Dan Campbell-Lloyd
Vail had a great week, receiving more that two feet of fresh snow.
Photo Courtesy of Vail Resort
The web cam at Whiteface shows ominous skies as snow continues to fall. They received 33 inches in three days.
Photo Courtesy of Whiteface
The latest storm to rip through Wolf Creek brought 20 inches to the ski area this past week.
Photo Courtesy of Wolf Creek Ski Area
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