The snowiest places on Earth
Valdez, USA - According to Weather.com, Valdez is the snowiest place in Alaska.
Shirakawa, Japan - Shirakawa is known for its dense forests, and has a reputation for experiencing snowy weather.
Mount Rainier National Park, USA - This national park is located in Washington state.
Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France - Chamonix-Mont-Blanc is a commune in the French Alps. It hosted the first ever Winter Olympics, this in 1924.
Houghton and Hancock, USA - Unsurprisingly, Houghton and Hancock are popular hangouts for skiing, snowmobiling, and other winter sports.
Saguenay, Canada - Saguenay is a fairly new city. Founded in 2002, the destination is made up of smaller towns and municipalities.
Mount Washington, USA - Also known by its native name "Agiocochook," this mountain is famous for its snowy weather.
Sapporo, Japan - Sapporo is one of the biggest cities in Japan and home to nearly two million residents.
Rochester, USA - Rochester in New York state gets around 99 inches (251 cm) of snow every year
Akita, Japan - Akita is the capital of the Akita Prefecture in Japan. The city is characterized by its snowy weather.
Syracuse, USA - Syracuse is an industrial city located in New York state. The place has a cool reputation for frosty weather
Quebec City, Canada - This place also gets around 124 inches (314 cm) of snowfall every year.
St. John's, Canada - St. John’s is the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador. It has a rich history and a very snowy reputation.
Aomori City, Japan - Aomori City has some of the heaviest snowfall in the world, with an annual average of 312 inches (792 cm).