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Snow Report | 03 Sep 2015: September Snow

Snow Report | 03 Sep 2015: September Snow Autumn is only just here and resorts in Canada have woken up to a beautiful sight of white mountains this morning. It’s only the second day in September and ski areas in the northern hemispere are already seeing the first snow of the season... and flurries of snow are forecast throughout the day!

Winter still isn't over yet in ski resorts in the south. Australia and New Zealand are still recieving regulary fresh snow.

Here are some beautiful snowy photos we've woken up to this morning:


Kicking Horse Ski Resort

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Photos courtesy of Kicking Horse Mountain Resort Facebook Page


Freezing levels are currently at 1900m but expected to drop to 1600m



Photos courtesy of Whistler Blackcomb Twitter Page

Photo: New Guy Photography


Summer is over on the Hintertux glacier near Mayrhofen, Austria, they’ve had 5cm of snow overnight.

Hintertux snow

Hintertux Snow

Hintertux Snow
Photos courtesy of Hintertuxer Gletscher


With a few more cm's of fresh snow at Perisher ski resort, winter isn't over down under yet! Up to 20cm of snow is predicted across Australian ski areas over the next 9 days.

Perisher - Fresh Snow at Perisher

When there's fresh snow, enjoy great skiing + riding amongst the gumtrees! #perisher

Posted by Perisher on Wednesday, 2 September 2015

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