From Australia to Argentina, snow is covering the mountains of the southern hemisphere and stoke is rising. Right now, Thredbo is reporting 30″ of fresh on the summit and Ski Portillo is reporting the same over the course of the last 7 days.
Related: It’s NUKING In South America!
With all that snow, it looks as though South America or Australia are the places to ski as their winter begins to kick into high gear this month. New Zealand? Not so much…
Here Are The Top 10 Deepest Snowpacks In The Southern Hemisphere
*Base depths provided by OnTheSnow.com
10) Mt Buller, Australia – 27″
9) Thredbo, Australia – 30″
8) Perisher, Australia – 30″
7) El Colorado, Chile – 31″
6) Falls Creek, Australia – 32″
5) Los Penitentes, Argentina – 47″
4) Las Lenas, Argentina – 59″
3) La Parva, Chile – 67″
2) Valle Nevado, Chile – 73″
1) Portillo, Chile –76″
Honorable Mention: New Zealand’s deepest snowpack is currently @TheRemarkables with 23″ near the summit and they are finally getting some snow!