We got A LOT of snow this season. In fact, that may be an understatement. At many Ikon Pass destinations, this year’s snowfall count was one for the record books. Just check out these numbers:

  • Mammoth Mountain has a season total snowfall of 704″ (as of April 7) – it’s snowiest season in history.
  • Palisades Tahoe is at its second snowiest season with 698″.
  • Solitude broke the 700″ mark for the first time ever.
  • Deer Valley broke the 500″ mark, and is only a few inches away from hitting 600″.

If those numbers don’t mean much to you, maybe these photos will give you a better idea of just how much snow has dumped on these resorts this winter.

Snow cat buried in snow
Skier going through waist-deep powder on a blue sky day
Snow plow blowing snow onto a very high snow pile
a kid standing in front of a pile of snow twice their height
Skier going through inches of fresh powder
A sign for Mammoth Mountain Inn covered almost completely with snow
A ski lift completely buried by snow
Snow piled high on the roof of a mountain restaurant

Want to join in on this historic season? Many Ikon Pass destinations are still going strong, and will be open well into the summer. If you’re not a pass holder, purchase a 23/24 Ikon Pass today and unlock spring skiing at select destinations for the remainder of the 22/23 season.