24 Hour Snowfall – 29.5″ | 48 Hour Snowfall – 52″ | YTD Snowfall – 222″
Located just across the border from Jay Peak, Mont Sutton is eastern Canada’s powder paradise and now the Quebecois ski area has tied its high water mark when it comes to single day snowfall.
With Winter Storm Stella tracking north, the ski area just reported 29.5″ in a single day– matching the previous record for the ski area that was set on February 16, 2007.
Conditions: Powdery powder, deep powder, powdered powder, which has been groomed, bumpy surfaces and possibly windy winds on hard firm ground and full coverage in all areas, remain vigilant in the undergrowth.
Days of pure pleasure await you and prepare for an extraordinary weekend with the 119-132cm (more than one meter) that the storm left us until this morning.
Good powder and have fun
– Jocelyne Trudeau, snow conditions manager
Find the entire Mont Sutton blog post here: MORE THAN A METER OF FRESH SNOW IN PICTURES