Snow Reports for Canadian Ski Resorts and Snow Forecasts for Canada

Snowfall and Snow Forecasts for Canadian Ski Resorts

Resort Snow Depth Last Snow Next Snow
Apex - - 07 Dec - 1 cm
Banff - - 08 Dec - 1 cm
Big White 116 cm - 08 Dec - 15 cm
Fernie 86 cm - 08 Dec - 5 cm
Jasper 55 cm - 08 Dec - 3 cm
Kicking Horse - - 08 Dec - 6 cm
Kimberley - - 08 Dec - 6 cm
Lake Louise - - 08 Dec - 2 cm
Marble Mountain - - 08 Dec - 4 cm
Mont Sainte Anne 25 cm 01 Dec - 32 cm 07 Dec - 3 cm
Panorama - - 08 Dec - 4 cm
Red Mountain - - 08 Dec - 10 cm
Revelstoke - - -
Silver Star - - 08 Dec - 8 cm
Sun Peaks 120 cm 05 Dec - 7 cm 08 Dec - 19 cm
Sunshine Village - - 08 Dec - 2 cm
Tremblant 44 cm - 06 Dec - 1 cm
Whistler 162 cm - 08 Dec - 37 cm

Snow Conditions in Canada (01 December 2008)

Whistler (47cm) is open on Monday. Skiing is possible on both Whistler and Blackcomb and conditions are generally good. Some fresh snow would be beneficial as pistes lower down are suffering in the wet precipitation. Sun Peaks (37cm) opened two more lifts over the weekend so they now have four in operation. A light dusting of fresh snow over the weekend helped improved piste conditions. Silver Star (26/37cm) and Big White (31cm) are both waiting for new snowfalls before they can open. Snow fell over the weekend but it wasn’t enough for them to be able to open. Big White needs a base of 60cm to be able to open the beginner runs as it is quite rocky. Silver Star needs slightly less but there is still not enough yet.