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Snow Reports for Canadian Ski Resorts and Snow Forecasts for Canada

Deepest Snow in Canada

Resort Snow Depth
Tremblant 180 cm
Big White 173 cm
Sun Peaks 144 cm
Red Mountain 132 cm
Banff 128 cm
Lake Louise 128 cm
Sunshine Village 128 cm
Kicking Horse 126 cm
Fernie 125 cm
Whistler 122 cm

Resorts with Most Snow Forecast

Resort Next 5 Days
Mont Sainte Anne 30 cm
Tremblant 24 cm
Panorama 21 cm
Banff 19 cm
Kicking Horse 19 cm
Apex 17 cm
Jasper 16 cm
Lake Louise 15 cm
Sunshine Village 14 cm
Whistler 13 cm

Snowfall and Snow Forecasts for Canadian Ski Resorts

Resort Snow Depth Last Snow Canada recent snowfalls feed Next Snow Snow report Snow Forecast
Apex - - 31 Jan 1 cm Snow Forecast
Banff 128 cm 26 Jan 1 cm 30 Jan 10 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Big White 173 cm 22 Jan 4 cm 1 Feb 7 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Fernie 125 cm 24 Jan 11 cm 30 Jan 2 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Jasper 100 cm 24 Jan 14 cm 30 Jan 10 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Kicking Horse 126 cm 26 Jan 1 cm 30 Jan 7 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Kimberley 102 cm 24 Jan 4 cm 30 Jan 2 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Lake Louise 128 cm 26 Jan 1 cm 30 Jan 9 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Marble Mountain - - 31 Jan 1 cm Snow Forecast
Mont Sainte Anne 120 cm 28 Jan 1 cm 29 Jan 8 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Panorama 100 cm 24 Jan 13 cm 30 Jan 8 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Red Mountain 132 cm 24 Jan 1 cm 1 Feb 6 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Revelstoke - - - Snow Forecast
Silver Star - - 1 Feb 6 cm Snow Forecast
Sun Peaks 144 cm 26 Jan 1 cm 1 Feb 7 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Sunshine Village 128 cm 26 Jan 1 cm 30 Jan 8 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Tremblant 180 cm 25 Jan 5 cm 29 Jan 12 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast
Whistler 122 cm 22 Jan 4 cm 31 Jan 3 cm Snow Report Snow Forecast

Snow Conditions in Canada (26 January 2015)

The pick of the conditions in Canada are on the east coast, where bitterly cold temperatures combined with some light top ups are leading to some excellent pistes. Wrap up warm however as at Tremblant (100/180cm) the thermometer was reading -31C at 7am on Monday morning, with expected highs of around -13C. Some more light snow is expected this week and temperatures are set to remain well below freezing, so the fantastic snow conditions will be preserved.

Over on the west coast much warmer air is in place, resulting in a softening of the lower slopes in particular. New snow was picked up over the weekend however and the overall coverage remains very good. Fernie (134cm) was offering skiing from all 10 of its lifts on Monday 26th January, but with temperatures expected to hit +10C in the afternoon on the lower slopes, some heavy conditions are possible. A slight cooling is expected this week, before clouds move in by the weekend, potentially bringing some light snowfall.

Slightly colder air was still in place in Alberta, preserving some excellent snow conditions at the Banff (128cm) resorts. 36cm of snow has been recorded in the past week at Sunshine Village, so with the cold temperatures some good powder stashes can still be found. Some flurries are possible through the week, but otherwise expect some good periods of sunshine.

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