Today, skiers and riders at British Columbia ski resorts are enjoying a phenomenal, early-season powder day. Over the weekend and into yesterday, a massive snow storm made its way across British Columbia, dropping up to 50 inches at some ski resorts. The new snow freshened up the B.C. resorts that have opened for the season over the past couple weeks and allowed Kicking Horse to start the bull wheel for it’s second preview weekend in a row. Panorama was also able to open for a sneak preview this past weekend.
Check out the snow photos below or scroll further down the page to see which resorts made out the best from the storm.
7-day snow report at British Columbia resorts
Note: The list below includes ski resorts featured on Ski.com, meaning we can actually send you on a ski vacation to experience all this great snow! Additional ski resorts received snow from this storm, but we might not be able to get you there.
Whistler Blackcomb | 47″
Whitewater Ski Resort | 41″
Revelstoke Mountain Resort | 32″
Red Mountain Resort | 29″
Big White Ski Resort | 28″
Chomping at the bit to sink your pow boards into that famous interior B.C. snow? Book your resort or heli-skiing trip today! Our Mountain Travel Experts can help you customize and book your flights, rental cars, lodging and more. They’re standing by at 800-610-8911. You can also get started by filling out a form for a free custom quote.
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