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Mt. Norquay in Banff National Park (Western Canada) OPENS TOMORROW! This is the earliest ski resort opening in Canada as a result of the incredible early season snowfalls we have been receiving. Banff Lake Louise Sunshine is already on track for another record smashing ski season – let’s hope it continues… Mt. Norquay is leading [...]

Wow! Did any of you get out today?  The snow conditions were incredible across most ski resorts in the Canadian Rockies and Western Canada today. Here is today’s snow report: Whistler received 20 cm in the past 24 hours, that’s 75 cm in just 2 days! Kicking Horse was another powder King of the day. [...]

Firstly, HAPPY NEW YEAR to you all. I know we have not been blogging as frequently as we would like to, but it is the ski season! In the last 12-24 hours, ski resorts in Western Canada have been receiving a nice bit of fresh. January is a great time to ski the Canadian Rockies [...]

Lots of snow already at Fernie Alpine Resort. The video below was taken about a week ago. They received 40cm of new snow on October 26th! Opening day is set to be epic – scheduled for December 4th 2010. Excited?! We are!!!

SNOW ALERT!  A heavy Pacific storm has been hitting Whistler Blackcomb this weekend, dropping between 25-30cm of snow at higher elevations. The freezing level is expected to remain steady with more periods of snow forecast for this week. Meteorologists are calling for a La Niña weather cycle for the Pacific Northwest, meaning cooler temperatures and [...]

Now the snow storm has passed through, all that is left is PERFECT SKI CONDITIONS at the ski resorts in Western Canada. The above shots were taken from the Sunshine Village Live Webcam at 9:15am today (THU FEB 26).  What are you waiting for?!!

Consistent snowfall spoils skiers and riders WHISTLER, BC, February 07, 2008 – Whistler Blackcomb receives an average of 33.5 feet of snow each year but this season is shaping up to surpass that mark once again. Since the beginning of the winter season Whistler Blackcomb has received 734cm/24 feet of snow and more than 20 [...]

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