[Cover Photo: Lake Louise]
If you were wondering where all the snow in North America went, just look at any Canadian ski area’s instagram. Or you could just look at the photos we’ve compiled below from the land of ice and snow.
In an interview with the Homestretch of CBC, a spokesperson from Lake Louise said this season is one of “the best years we’ve had in 20 years.” Further west, Revelstoke Mountain Resort is hoping to break it’s single season snowfall record and at this point is getting seriously close. The iconic ski area has more snow than it’s ever seen at this point of the season. That’s reason enough to crank the stoke meter to 11.
The 5 Deepest Snowpacks In Canada:
*following totals are drawn from each resort’s individual website and may include man made snow as well.
5) Fernie, BC — 123″ (313cm)
4) Grouse Mountain, BC — 138″ (350cm)
3) Mt Seymour, BC — 139″ (354cm)
2) Cypress Mountain, BC — 141″ (360cm)
1) *Massif du Sud, QUE — 168″ (427cm)
Honarable Mention — Revelstoke is as deep as it ever has been for this date in history. Their base is a whopping 107″ (273cm)
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