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World's Snowiest Ski Resorts

Looking for slopes with guaranteed snow? Weathertrends360 ranks 10 ski resorts worldwide with the highest annual snowfall. Grab your skis or your board -- and get ready for some epic powder.

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Alyeska, Alaska

About 30 miles outside of Anchorage, AK, Alyeska Resort averages 650 inches of snow at the top of Mount Alyeska -- and saw a record snowfall of 978 inches during the 2011-2012 winter season. Alyeska also boasts “steep and deep” terrain, with 1,500 skiable acres for all levels of skiers and riders.

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