The Southern Hemisphere Ski Season Reaches Halfway Point | Who's Seen The Most Snow Thus Far?

The Southern Hemisphere Ski Season Reaches Halfway Point | Who's Seen The Most Snow Thus Far?

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The Southern Hemisphere Ski Season Reaches Halfway Point | Who's Seen The Most Snow Thus Far?

Treble Cone is among the best places to grab powder turns this summer | Photo: Treble Cone | Cover: Mt Lyford 

The ski season in the southern hemisphere is reaching its halfway point and we’re here to provide an update on whose got the most snow thus far. NZ and Australia are currently leading the charge with areas like Cerro Caviahue and Valle Nevado leading the charge in South America. Lucky for you South American shredders, there’s still plenty of season left and sometimes the biggest storms come in late July/early August.

LET IT SNOW!

*the following are base depth totals nearest to the ski area summit

New Zealand

Turoa – 68″

Treble Cone – 57″

Wakapapa – 54″

The Remarkables – 53″

Ohau – 53″

Mt Olympus today. @snowculturetours #drinkitblue #194SMB

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Cardrona – 52″

Mt Olympus – 47″

Craigieburn — 47″

Broken River – 41″

Mt Lyford — 41″

Coronet Peak – 39″

Australia

Thredbo – 48″

Falls Creek – 41″

Hotham – 40″

Perisher – 39″

Mt Buller – 36″

Chile

Valle Nevado – 39″

El Colorado – 28″

La Parva – 20″

Ski Portillo – 17″

Nevados de Chillan – 16″

Argentina

Buena Nieve, Buena Onda, Buenas Vacaciones. #LasLeñas #VivílaMejorNieve #Vacaciones

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Caviahue – 47″

Las Leñas – 39″

Cerro Castor – 35″

Cerro Catedral – 28″

Cerro Chapelco – 28″

Penitentes – NA

 

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