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Alta Utah Snowfall History from 1945-2018

December 14, 2014

UPDATED May 2018

This is so interesting that I had to take a break from everything-ski-gloves to post it on our Free the Powder blog. Here is the snowfall data and measurements, including moving 3-year averages for Alta, Utah (as measured at the Alta Guard Station).

Alta snowfall graph 1945-2018

Alta snowfall graph 1945-2018

For comparison, Alta Ski Area measured 388 inches for the 2017/2018 ski season. That is measured on the north facing side of the canyon at a slightly higher elevation.

Reference: Utah Avalanche Forecast Center Please Visit






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