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#16 Wolf Creek, Colorado—428”
#15 Whitewater, British Columbia—441”
#14 Squaw Valley, California—451”
#13 Mammoth Mt., California—453”
#11 (tie) Kirkwood, California—467”
#11 (tie) Snowbird, Utah—467”
#10 Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia—494”
#9 Stevens Pass, Washington—510”
#8 Crystal Mountain, Washington—527”
#7 Alyeska, Alaska—530”
#5 (tie) Grand Targhee, Wyoming—532”
#5 (tie) Mt. Bachelor, Oregon—532”
#4 Brighton/Solitude, Utah—570”
#3 Mt. Hood Meadows, Oregon—577”
#2 Alta, Utah—592”
#1 (In the East) Smugglers' Notch, Vermont—324”
#1 (Overall) Mt. Baker, Washington—721”