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20 Ski Areas That Should Get A Ton Of Snow This Season


Everyone from NOAA to Powderchasers is calling for La Niña conditions this winter. When La Niña conditions exist, weather patterns establish themselves for long stretches creating feast or famine for ski resorts across the west. So if La Niña conditions are to extend into this winter, it should shape up well for the ski resorts listed below.

These ski resorts should see above-average snowfall this ski season making them prime places to book a trip for the 2022 – 2023 ski season.

20 Ski Areas That Should Get A Ton Of Snow This Season

  • Alyeska, AK
  • Eaglecrest, AK
  • Mt Baker, WA
  • Banff Area, AB
  • Big Sky, MT
  • Bridger Bowl, MT
  • Brundage, ID
  • Fernie, BC
  • Grand Targhee, WY
  • Jackson Ho, WY
  • Kicking Horse, BC
  • Lookout Pass, ID
  • Lost Trails, MT
  • Revelstoke, BC
  • Silver Mountain, ID
  • Stevens Pass, WA
  • Sun Valley, ID
  • Whitefish, MT
  • Whistler Blackcomb, BC
  • 49° North Mountain Resort, WA

There you have it. We are not saying these ski areas are guaranteed to have big snowfalls this season (last season there were La Niña conditions and Big Sky, MT had a below-average season) but there is a good chance based on historical data that all 20 of these ski resorts should see average to above average snowfall this upcoming ski season. So book your ski trips now because these are the resorts you will want to hit up if you like skiing powder.

This article was originally published by Unofficialnetworks.com. Read the original article here.


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