The Storm of the Season continues to surge

Snowboard Manning Park

The Storm of the Season continues to surge

DOC POW & SNOWSEEKERS

Perhaps SnowSeekers needs to drop a new website every week!  Last Thursday night Feb 2, we released our new website (which is still in beta so bear with us as we shovel out).  It started snowing Friday morning in many spots across Western Canada and for many it hasn’t stopped since.

Good to know SnowSeekers and Ullr are both on the same wavelength ;)

For many destinations across Alberta and BC, this storm is not just the “storm of the season” - but also for some, a record breaker in terms of the amount of snow in a seven day period - many reporting more than THREE FEET.

Pictures and video are louder than words so have a look.

The conditions are incredible across the board! Keep your eye on our snow conditions page and stay updated with snowfall from your favourite resorts.

Snow Conditions

Manning Park has received over 50cm of the white stuff this past weekend alone! Did you know SnowSeekers' writer Rebecca Bollwitt recently visited the resort. Learn more about her adventures here.

The good times keep rolling at Castle Mountain Resort. With over 110cm of snow, the resort is in incredible shape! Seekers writer Andrew Penner recently learned how to keep it real at the resort. Read more here.

5 words. TWO. FEET. IN. TWO. DAYS. Grab stats about Kimberley Alpine Resort here.

Grab your snorkels, you're going to need them at Fernie Alpine Resort. Get all you need to know about the mountain here.

After playing in all this snow, sooth the sore muscles with a stop in at Radium Hot Springs. Enter our contest and win your way there.

Stay in the snow with SnowSeekers at www.SnowSeeekrs.ca/SnowConditions

For more on the “Storm of the Season” check out this story from Doc Pow.

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