• Welcome to AlpineZone, the largest online community of skiers and snowboarders in the Northeast!

    You may have to REGISTER before you can post. Registering is FREE, gets rid of the majority of advertisements, and lets you participate in giveaways and other AlpineZone events!

Deepest base depth on the East Coast

Puck it

Well-known member
Joined
Oct 26, 2006
Messages
9,634
Points
48
Location
Franconia, NH
And it is not in the Northeast!!!!

CURRENT CONDITIONS
Day Session Jan 27, 2014
SNOWFALL FROM THE LAST STORM:
3 inches
AVERAGE SNOW DEPTH:
54-112 inch base


Sugar Mountain , NC

WTF!!!!
 

mbedle

Well-known member
Joined
Jun 24, 2013
Messages
1,657
Points
48
Location
Barto, Pennsylvania
I think nearby Beach might be second in line. They have the elevations going for them down there. They are the first and second highest skied peaks on the east.
 

fbrissette

Well-known member
Joined
Mar 19, 2012
Messages
1,634
Points
48
Location
Montreal/Jay Peak
Really strange winter in the Northeast. It either rains like crazy, or it's simply too cold to carry significant moisture.
 

MadMadWorld

Active member
Joined
Jan 10, 2012
Messages
4,082
Points
38
Location
Leominster, MA
Mont Sainte-Anne is claiming 93" and Massif 79" but that is ridiculous so I'm guessing it needs to be converted to inches!
 

fbrissette

Well-known member
Joined
Mar 19, 2012
Messages
1,634
Points
48
Location
Montreal/Jay Peak
Mont Sainte-Anne is claiming 93" and Massif 79" but that is ridiculous so I'm guessing it needs to be converted to inches!

I assume these are in cm (so roughly 36 and 31 inches but I dont even believe these numbers considering le Massif has 20% unopened trails.
 
Top