yeah wicked sick isnt it? i was reading in my snowmobiler magazine i got for free, that in Valdez alaska the record snowfall for one season is 936" which is 78'[:0] the average snowfall is 600" which is a load, but.. geesh 78'
Mt. Baker in Washington state holds the record I think for most snowfall in a season in the United States with twelve hundred and some odd inches.... Which equates to a little over a hundred feet of snow!! When I used to live in WA I went there that year, in the five days I was there we woke to at least two foot of new every day....it was sick!
Valdez is pretty intense too, it's right on the coast so between the snowfalls the snow does firm up to provide a base. Earlier this year though they go like 80 inches in two days, now that's way too much snow to ride on!!
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