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where does it snow a lot

Hey, I dunno if this topic is supposed to be here but this looks like it. Can someone tell me what ski resort in North America where it snows the most? Thanks
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mt. baker in washington got 1,140 inches in 98-99 season
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mt. baker in washington got 1,140 inches in 98-99 season
Mt. Baker is considered one of the snowiest places on earth

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Baker might technically get the most snow but there are plenty of resorts that arent exactly short on snowfall. It can be a bit dull when it snows all day every day for a week and your stuck with bitter cold and crap visibility the whole time.
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Have you considered Alaska?
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The highest seasonal total snowfall ever measured was at Mount Baker Ski Area, outside of Bellingham, Washington in the United States during the 1998–1999 season.
It received 1,140 inches (29 m) of snow, surpassing the previous record holder, Mount Rainier, Washington, which during the 1971–1972 season received 1,122 in. (28.5 m) of snow.
Guinness World Records list the world’s largest snowflakes as those of January 1887 at Fort Keogh, Montana;. allegedly one measured 15 inches (38 cm) wide.

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thank you thank you, really appreciate it.
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Nothing like getting so much snow that the mountain has to close down!!!! Been there once or twice. 1100 inches is ridiculous!

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Wolf Creek in CO
Hope that snow keeps up at whistler, goin in march!

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