Holy snow. It’s as deep as we’ve seen it in the past few years, and our feeds are brimming with pictures of people absolutely slaughtering pow all across the country. Since it’s been so good and so deep at so many places, we gathered some of the best photos from the recent storms that show just how insane it’s been. Give them a gander below, and check out more weather stories from these recent storms here.
Scenes from the Storms: January 2017
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Winter Park, Colorado
Mammoth Mountain, California
Just a bit of snow up here. ASI parking lot 📷 @vincentzachaherthel | RESORT UPDATE: It’s looking good for tomorrow. I-80 has opened and the storm is letting up a bit. We will NOT get Old 40 for tomorrow, as there are still some avalanche concerns. So get here early, carpool and expect to see some traffic in and out of the resort since there will only be one way to get here. Our team is plowing lots as fast as possible, but 102″ takes some time to clear. They are still calling for 10-20″ overnight, but that is like a dusting after the pounding we have taken. As we have seen the past few days, plans could still change, but I would put money on this call. Tomorrow’s plan: 9am opening of Jerome, Disney, Nob Hill & Christmas Tree. Lincoln will be on a delayed opening (not sure what time at the moment). Judah Lodge will be open tomorrow for all services aside from Ski School operations. Village Lodge will be open for all skier services. My recommendation: arrive at 8am with a car load of friends, park in the Judah lot, take a warm-up stroll through the Village to the base of Disney and get the goods. Lastly, just remember, everyone here tomorrow is after the same thing, having fun while sliding on snow. I hope to see tons of high-fives and smiles out there tomorrow.
Squaw Alpine, California
Northstar at Tahoe, California
That’s right folks, that’s the ice skating rink filled to the brim with snow! It’s been the storm of the century, and we know you’re all anxious to get up here! We’re excited to be opening the mountain today at 9:30am. With another 14 inches of snow at the summit overnight, safety is our number one priority, and our Mountain Operations team looks to open more safe terrain throughout the day. Stay up to date with all things Northstar by following @Northstarmtn on Twitter. 📷: @wdatl thanks for the photo!
We’ll be adding photos to this post as more come in, stay tuned!