Snow Reports for American Ski Resorts and Snow Forecasts for USA

Snowfall and Snow Forecasts for American Ski Resorts

Resort Snow Depth Last Snow Next Snow
Alta - - -
Alyeska - - -
Aspen - - -
Beaver Creek - - -
Big Mountain - - -
Big Sky - - -
Breckenridge - - -
Bretton Woods - - -
Copper Mountain - - -
Crested Butte - - -
Deer Valley - - -
Durango Mountain Resort 84 cm 05 Apr - 10 cm -
Heavenly - - -
Hunter Mountain - - -
Jackson Hole - - -
Keystone - - -
Killington 76 cm 05 Apr - 5 cm -
Lake Placid - - -
Lake Tahoe - - -
Mammoth 812 cm 18 Apr - 12 cm -
Mt Hood - - -
New Hampshire - - -
Northstar at Tahoe - - -
Park City - - -
Smuggler's Notch - - -
Snowbird 381 cm 28 Apr - 30 cm -
Snowmass - - -
Squaw Valley 645 cm 26 Apr - 10 cm -
Steamboat - - -
Stowe - - -
Sugarloaf - - -
Sun Valley - - -
Sundance - - -
Sunday River 61 cm 05 Apr - 5 cm -
Taos - - -
Telluride - - -
The Canyons - - -
Vail - - -
Whitefish - - -
Winter Park - - -

Snow Conditions in USA (27 April 2017)

Only a handful of our featured resorts in the USA remained open on Thursday 27th April, but fresh snow has fallen in California and Colorado and there is some fantastic skiing to be had. Arapahoe Basin (170cm) received 10cm of new snow, and Loveland (170cm) measured 3cm, as they head towards a weekend with yet more snow in the forecast. Mammoth (457/812cm) continues to boast a massive base depth, and was enjoying a day of sun and cloud with temperatures of around +6C. Over at Squaw Valley (231/645cm) 17/40 were running and it was a lovely day under sunny skies.