It's fluffy and wet.
Steep, deep, and unbelievable.
It's one of the best days up here.
Those are just a few of the responses I got when I asked how the snow was on the slopes.
Lookout Pass tops the list of snowiest places on the planet for the past seven days. In the past week, Lookout Pass has tallied 76.4 inches of snow. That's almost six and half feet!
The President of Lookout Pass Ski Resort, Phil Edholm, said "To actually get a certificate saying that we surpassed everybody was pretty amazing. It's pretty awesome up here right now."
The rankings are put together by a company in England called Ski Info. They collect snow data from more than 2,000 ski areas in Europe and North America.
Finding your way through this much powder is tough even for expert skiers and snowboarders, and that's just the parking lot.
Typically Phil's staff pulls 10 hour shifts to keep the mountain in usable conditions. Phil added, "They've been doing 14 hours just to keep on top of the all the snow that's arriving."
Runner-up for the snowiest spot was Donner Ski Ranch in Lake Tahoe.
Most said it didn't matter which side you picked. Either way you were skiing in snow up to your waist.