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DilldoesWolf Creek is sitting at 101" midway with 361 inches so far this year. Place is underrated and very affordable.
If your committed you could run Wolfcreek/Purgatory/Telluride.
IsaacNW82Purg and Telluride close April 3rd. Wolf Creek closes April 17th so it depends on when OP is going.
Kinda hard to make out what states are what, but here's the Snotel data for the west. I'd avoid Tahoe this year tbh.
Heres the sauce: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/wcc/home/quicklinks/imap#version=158&elements=&networks=!&states=!&basins=!&hucs=&minElevation=&maxElevation=&elementSelectType=any&activeOnly=true&activeForecastPointsOnly=false&hucLabels=false&hucIdLabels=false&hucParameterLabels=true&stationLabels=&overlays=&hucOverlays=2&basinOpacity=75&basinNoDataOpacity=25&basemapOpacity=100&maskOpacity=0&mode=data&openSections=dataElement,parameter,date,basin,options,elements,location,networks&controlsOpen=true&popup=&popupMulti=&popupBasin=&base=esriNgwm&displayType=basin&basinType=6&dataElement=WTEQ&depth=-8¶meter=PCTMED&frequency=DAILY&duration=I&customDuration=&dayPart=E&year=2022&month=3&day=22&monthPart=E&forecastPubMonth=3&forecastPubDay=1&forecastExceedance=50&seqColor=1&divColor=7&scaleType=D&scaleMin=&scaleMax=&referencePeriodType=POR&referenceBegin=1991&referenceEnd=2020&minimumYears=20&hucAssociations=true&lat=39.855&lon=-109.648&zoom=4.5
Anyways, looks like Colorado, Northern NM (Taos), Northern Idaho and Montana (not big sky) and the PNW are all doing okay snow-pack wise. Kinda surprised bc I was in summit county a week and a half ago and it felt like a low snow year.
Taos and Southern Colorado are decently doing well (at least since mid-february, anyways) but basically everywhere closes early april.
I'd consider the PNW and Snowbird. Maybe someone from those areas can chime in?