Ski and snowboard enthusiasts from around the world:

We have been proud to provide you with free access to snow reports, resort guides and more, and we are beyond grateful for your readership and contributions to our community over the years.

Unfortunately given the changing media landscape, Mountain News Corporation has experienced financial declines in recent years. With additional economic challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic now facing our business, it is not financially viable to continue operating.

Mountain News Corporation and our OnTheSnow and Skiinfo websites will be shutting down. We will explore the possibility of selling, partnering, or contributing assets to another media outlet if there is an opportunity to allow for a consistent or enhanced online experience. For inquiries about Mountain News Corporation, please email Feedback_OTS@mountainnews.com.

We want to thank our loyal employees for their tireless work over the years to bring great information to all of you. We take comfort knowing that our collective passion for the sport of skiing and snowboarding will certainly live on.

We’ll see you on the mountain.


– Mountain News Corporation

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Mount Kato Ski Area Snow History

How much snow did Mount Kato Ski Area get this season? Check out the Mount Kato Ski Area snow history using the graph, Mount Kato Ski Area snow stats—such as Total Snowfall, Max Base Depth, Biggest Snowfall, Total Snowfall Days and Average Base Depth—or the calendar below that shows daily historical snowfall data for the current ski season in Mount Kato Ski Area. To see how much snow Mount Kato Ski Area got last ski season or any ski season dating back to 2009, click the corresponding tab. Click Compare at the top left to see a season-over-season comparison of Mount Kato Ski Area snow history. In addition to Mount Kato Ski Area snow history, you can also view the mountain's Base Depth by selecting it at the top right dropdown.

Snowfall History

Max Base Depth: 71 cm
Average Base Depth: 59 cm
Max Summit Depth: 122 cm
Average Summit Depth: 100 cm

The calendar below and the associated graph summarise the snow history during the selected winter season (during the opening period of the resort but also during the pre-season). This snowfall data was given to us directly by the ski resort and allows you to retrace the snow history month after month and winter after winter.

Nov 2011
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Jan 2012
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9101112131415
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23242526272829
3031     
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Ski and snowboard enthusiasts from around the world:

We have been proud to provide you with free access to snow reports, resort guides and more, and we are beyond grateful for your readership and contributions to our community over the years.

Unfortunately given the changing media landscape, Mountain News Corporation has experienced financial declines in recent years. With additional economic challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic now facing our business, it is not financially viable to continue operating.

Mountain News Corporation and our OnTheSnow and Skiinfo websites will be shutting down. We will explore the possibility of selling, partnering, or contributing assets to another media outlet if there is an opportunity to allow for a consistent or enhanced online experience. For inquiries about Mountain News Corporation, please email Feedback_OTS@mountainnews.com.

We want to thank our loyal employees for their tireless work over the years to bring great information to all of you. We take comfort knowing that our collective passion for the sport of skiing and snowboarding will certainly live on.

We’ll see you on the mountain.


– Mountain News Corporation