North American ski resort Squaw Valley in California (pictured in the past few days) has overtaken Andermatt in Switzerland to report the deepest snow base in the world, today at 617cm (20.5 feet).

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Gepostet von Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows am Freitag, 8. März 2019

Andermatt had been reporting the deepest base in the world throughout 2019, at 6 metres (20 feet) following huge snowfalls on the Eastern side of the Alps through the first three weeks of this year.

However record-breaking snowfalls in February in California has left ski resorts there with very deep bases with many resorts now reporting the snow lying at least 4.5m (15 feet) deep.  Mammoth Mountain had been reporting the North American continent’s deepest base for over a month, but in the past 24 hours its 597cm (just under 20 feet) base has been leap-frogged by Squaw Valley.