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
Alyeska - - -
Aspen - - 01 Mar - 1 cm
Beaver Creek - - 01 Mar - 1 cm
Big Mountain - - 29 Feb - 4 cm
Big Sky - - 29 Feb - 1 cm
Breckenridge - - 01 Mar - 1 cm
Bretton Woods - - -
Copper Mountain - - -
Crested Butte - - 01 Mar - 1 cm
Deer Valley 178 cm - 29 Feb - 5 cm
Durango Mountain Resort - - -
Heavenly - - 29 Feb - 1 cm
Hunter Mountain - - -
Jackson Hole 251 cm - 29 Feb - 1 cm
Keystone - - 01 Mar - 1 cm
Killington - - 28 Feb - 3 cm
Lake Placid - - -
Lake Tahoe - - -
Mammoth - - 29 Feb - 1 cm
Mt Hood - - -
New Hampshire - - -
Northstar at Tahoe - - -
Park City 175 cm 23 Feb - 5 cm 29 Feb - 5 cm
Snowbird - - 29 Feb - 5 cm
Snowmass - - 01 Mar - 1 cm
Squaw Valley - - 29 Feb - 1 cm
Steamboat - - 01 Mar - 1 cm
Stowe - - 28 Feb - 3 cm
Sugarloaf - - -
Sun Valley - - 29 Feb - 1 cm
Sundance - - 29 Feb - 5 cm
Sunday River - - -
Taos - - 01 Mar - 1 cm
Telluride - - 01 Mar - 1 cm
The Canyons 175 cm 23 Feb - 5 cm 29 Feb - 5 cm
Vail - - 01 Mar - 1 cm
Whitefish - - -
Winter Park 190 cm 17 Feb - 2 cm 01 Mar - 1 cm

Snow Conditions in USA (30 April 2018)

Killington (46cm/61cm) was the sole remaining East Coast resort still spinning lifts. Monday brought good condition with some sunny spells. Across Colorado and Utah, good skiing is available in Loveland (152cm) with good spring conditions, but best to stay up high for the best snow conditions. Mammoth (140cm/330cm) and Squaw Valley (69cm/257cm) were still operational in California, with plenty of snow still, especially on the upper slopes. Conditions were best up high