Who's Got The Most Snow In The Southern Hemisphere? [Photo Tour + Base Depths]

Who's Got The Most Snow In The Southern Hemisphere? [Photo Tour + Base Depths]

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Who's Got The Most Snow In The Southern Hemisphere? [Photo Tour + Base Depths]

Skiers @Hotham stoked to see all the new snow | Photo: Hotham Alpine Resort | Cover Photo: Mt Ruapehu, Whakapapa & Turoa Ski Areas

Tis the season to slay powder in the southern hemisphere and currently New Zealand and Chile are leading the charge with the deepest snowpacks around.

Related: 2018 Winter Weather Forecast | El Niño or La Niña?

A winter storm is currently set to deliver big snowfall to New Zealand and Australia this week as South America largely sits high and dry for the forseeable future.

Mt Ruapehu Forecast:

New Zealand’s north island should see significant accumulation this week | Image: Snow-Forecast

LET IT SNOW!

Southern Hemisphere: Snowfall Roundup

CHILE

*Summit Base Depths drawn from OnTheSnow.com

Valle Nevado – 98″

Nevados de Chillan – 59″

La Parva – 51″

El Colorado – 47″

Ski Portillo – 41″

ARGENTINA

Cerro Catedral looking filled in for having a 41″ base

Cerro Castor – 41″

Cerro Catedral – 41″

Caviahue – 39″

Las Leñas – 31″

Cerro Chapelco – 31″

Penitentes – CLOSED UNTIL MORE SNOW FALLS…

NEW ZEALAND

Mt Olympus opened in mid-July to the deepest snowpack in New Zealand

Mt Olympus – 60″

Turoa – 55″

Coronet Peak – 51″

Ohau – 51″

Broken River – 41″

Craigieburn — 39″

Cardrona – 38″

Wakapapa – 35″

Treble Cone – 33″

The Remarkables – 30″

AUSTRALIA

Slashing @FallsCreek

Thredbo – 35″

Perisher – 38″

Hotham – 33″

Falls Creek – 32″

Mt Buller – 26″

 

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