Southern Hemisphere Roundup | Who's Gotten The Most Snow?

Southern Hemisphere Roundup | Who's Gotten The Most Snow?

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Southern Hemisphere Roundup | Who's Gotten The Most Snow?

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After a slow start to the season, it’s finally dumping in the southern hemisphere and skiers are finding their first face-shots of the austral winter.

Related: Australia Kicks Off Ski Season With Lowest Snow Depth In 2 Decades

So far, Chile is leading the league in snowfall with Ski Portillo reporting 90″ of cumulative snow so far this season. Following close behind is Valle Nevado, which is reporting 85″.

New Zealand is currently in second place after a massive dump turned brown slopes white over the past two weeks. Argentina and Australia are bringing up the rear but there’s still a lot of season left to catch up.

LET IT SNOW!

Southern Hemisphere Snowfall Roundup

*Snow totals are cumulative for the season and drawn from the individual resort websites or OnTheSnow.com.

Chile

Big flakes falling on El Colorado yesterday

*Season snowfall totals

Valle Nevado – 85″ 

Ski Portillo – 90″

El Colorado – 43″

La Parva – 43″

Nevados de Chillan – 40″

Argentina

*Summit base depths

A big storm is needed to open up more terrain @Cerro Catedral, Argentina

Caviahue – 39″ 

Cerro Castor – 35″

Las Leñas – 24″

Penitentes – 24″

Cerro Catedral – 18″

Cerro Chapelco – 18″

Australia

*Natural base depths

A snowboarder celebrates the arrival of natural snow @Thredbo, Australia yesterday

Hotham – 11″

Falls Creek – 7″

Thredbo – 3″

Perisher – 2″

Mt Buller – 1″

New Zealand

*Summit depths

Ohau – 35″

Coronet Peak – 31″

The Remarkables – 30″

Treble Cone – 24″

Turoa – 24″

Cardrona – 18″

Broken River – 7″

Wakapapa – 4″

 

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