Snow roundup: where to go for snow in Alberta and BC
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We are kicking off 2022 with fresh powder and some warmer weather! We hope you are ready to ski because the mountains are ready for you.
Western Canada's ski resorts are getting covered in powder so if your new years resolution is to ski more, you are in luck because the skiing is going to be good.
Remember to keep it dialed here for snow conditions, webcam updates and the latest in ski-related travel across BC, Alberta and beyond.
On the Western Front
The cold snap in Western Canada is starting to clear and we are starting to see some stellar conditions on the mountains.
Across BC and Alberta, six resorts have received over 90cm of snow and Mount Seymour has even received over a meter of snow in the last week!
2022 is out with the cold and in with the perfect ski conditions!
As we ring in a new year, now is a great time to commit to getting out skiing or snowboarding more this season.
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Here’s a taste of what’s waiting for you out there.
Mount Seymour - 110cm/7 days
If you're looking for the most fresh powder to ski this week, this is the place to be!
Powder King - 98cm/7 Days
Powder king certainly living up to their name with 98cm in the last week and 5cm in the last 24 hours! Lots of fresh snow up at PK. Tag us at #SkiNorthBC if you get out there.
Cypress Mountain - 98cm/7 days
43cm in the last 48 hours, stay close because fresh snow will cover your friends tracks quickly at Cypress this weekend.
More snow stoke...
There’s more! For the latest snowfall updates, check out our Snow Conditions page.
If you are looking for some awesome winter fun to breakup the ski trips then you are going to want to check out Jasper In January!
With a wide range of events from live music to ice climbing to ski and snowboard films, you will surely find something awesome to do after your day at Marmot Basin!
From winter powder meccas, to uncrowded slopes, to secluded cross-country ski trails and all the apres you can handle, check out our Expeditions pages and start planning.
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