Happy Holidays from everyone here at Ski Butlers! The only thing that could possibly make this holiday season any better is a massive storm to bring in even more snow than we currently have. Well, it looks like the snow gods have answered as storm after storm seems to be hitting all of our locations throughout the West with historically massive amounts of snow. With all this new snow that’s been hitting us along with what’s starting to brew today and heading into the weekend, we thought it would be a good time to give you all an update on the snow.
Mammoth has been getting absolutely crushed the past few weeks it’s a surprise the lifts aren’t completely buried in snow. As of today, they have received 34” of fresh snow with reports of another 40” dropping this weekend. It’s been crazy to see all the snow Mammoth has been getting but a ton of snow means higher danger. If you are in Mammoth, be careful while driving, pack the right equipment, and be prepared to potentially get stuck in wet, deep snow.
As of today Palisades Tahoe has gotten about 23” of fresh snow but like other resorts, has a lot more snow on the way. With a predicted 40” of snow coming this weekend, it should be a good New Year for everyone skiing Palisades.
Between yesterday and today, Steamboat has gotten a fresh 20” of snow which was much needed. Colorado hasn’t been getting hit as hard as other parts of the west but with this new 20 and more on the way we are finally beginning to see Colorado beginning to catch up. Look out for more snow this weekend but nothing like other parts of the west.
Deer Valley Resort
Utah has been getting absolutely SLAMMED the past few weeks and currently has four resorts that are in the top five highest receiving snowfalls in the world currently. Deer Valley isn’t in the top five but is pretty close with a fresh 23” of snow over the course of this week with more snow on the way. Right now Utah has been one of the best places to be when it comes to snow so if you planning a ski vacation definitely think about checking out Deer Valley!
With all this new snow we would like to remind all of the skiers and snowboarders out to please be careful while driving and on the mountain. Have fun and stay safe out there!