12/5/17: Where is it snowing?

With most of our top ski resorts now spinning their lifts, we can now say that winter is officially here (and we have the snow to prove it)! Mother Nature has been dropping bountiful snowfall all around the world lately, reaching the Alps, Japan and especially the Pacific Northwest and Northern Rockies regions this past weekend. See some photo and video evidence below for who made out best during major snowstorms that hit as of late.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Coming in with a total snowfall of 140" and a base of 55" thus far, Jackson Hole is already off to a great start for the 2017-18 season. With 10" in the past 48 hours, the resort experienced some stellar powder days this weekend.

Mammoth, California

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Squaw Valley, California

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Whistler Blackcomb, B.C.

More than 4,000 acres of snowy terrain is now available for skiing and riding at Whistler Blackcomb.

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Revelstoke, B.C.

Banff Sunshine Village, Alberta

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Snowbird, Utah

Many resorts in Utah were blessed with their first powder day of the season this weekend, with Snowbird alone receiving 17" in 24 hours.

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Big Sky, Montana

Big Sky is currently boasting some of the best early-season snow in the Rockies, and picked up 8-11" in the past 24 hours.