A snowboarder in a red jacket carves through deep powder among white-barked trees on a snowy day, kicking up a spray of snow.


Snowfall this January was unprecedented, with more than 130 inches of fresh powder fell on our slopes. The near-constant storms pushed base totals over 100″ for the first time in 17 years and resulted in some of the best deep-powder skiing days in history.

Sundance, Utah
photo:Adam Clark