Hey, Southern BC! There is a pile of snow on your doorstep


Hey, Southern BC! There is a pile of snow on your doorstep

Puking...when it’s a person – it’s not so good. When it’s the sky hurling snow – it’s a damn good thing. A pacific low-pressure system is working its way across the BC south coast dumping snow mostly on the southern resorts in BC and Alberta! Its going to be followed by a high-pressure system that will bring in some chilly weather so bundle up next week! Take a look at today’s round up of mountain web cams and start planning your ski-cation….or heck…call in sick today!


Fernie Alpine Resort is buried under 21 cm of fresh snow. Combine that with the last 7 days and that’s 53 cm. Ten bucks says there will be sweet stashes still there for the weekend.

Get inspired to visit Fernie Alpine Resort by reading this story. 

Silver Star Mountain

SilverStar near Vernon, piled it on in the last few days. They saw 20 cm of new snow in the last 24 hours and 47 cm in the last week. The summit always gets more than the report. I bet it is snow ghost heaven.

Did you know you can get more bang for your buck at SilverStar? Learn how to plan the most epic ski vacation ever.

Kimberley Alpine Resort

Kimberley got pummelled by the low-pressure system that cruised through overnight. They are showing 34 cm of fresh snow! Use the straps on your ski poles today – you’ll never find them after the yard sale in that much pow.

Cranbrook is the best ski town you’ve never heard about. Find out why making it your base camp while you visit Kimberley is the best choice, ever!

Whistler Blackcomb

Whistler Blackcomb has six webcams and considering how big the resort is, the weather changes with almost every camera. But today its sunshine across the resort. Whistler saw 20 cm of snow blanket the slopes in the last 48 hours.

Two mountains. 330 runs. Better start doing those squats before you hit Whistler Blackcomb this winter. Read more about the epic runs here.

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

Over at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, the snow has been fabulous. Overnight a glorious 22 cm of fluff fell. The skies have cleared and its amazing. You can bet everyone is heading to Feuz Bowl and Super Bowl for fantastic first tracks.

B.C.’s winter snowstorms are often measured in feet, not inches, in as little as 24 or 48 hours. Read about the epic snow at Kicking Horse.

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