Record breaking USA winter that just. won’t. stop.

It’s official – Winter 22/23 is the snowiest on record in USA resorts, with July skiing already confirmed

It’s been a deep winter in North America, especially in the US west. Winter 22/23 is officially Mammoth Mountain‘s snowiest on record (pictured above) with a season total surpassing 22m at summit (and counting…).

Alta in Utah has also smashed its own snow record after a big week. Season total snowfall has passed the 19m mark, with a 5m ski base. Brighton Resort, Utah, is pushing 800″ (20m) with more snow falling as March comes to an end, setting a new snow record for biggest ever season snowfall. Palisades in Tahoe is claiming its second ever snowiest winter, with the 2010/11 season the only other winter on record to push through the 700″ (17.8m) mark. Kirkwood CA and Diamond Peak NV, along with a host of other resorts across the States, are on the verge of breaking snow records, with snow still falling.

Operation dig out has been the MO this season, along with avalanche mitigation work.

Yes. The US 22/23 winter has been deep. That’s all there really is to say on the topic. Here’s a look at just how deep it’s been State-side: