Jordan Vlasschaert getting deep at Fernie | Photo: Fernie Alpine Resort | Cover: Lake Louise

The snow is stacking high up north and in the last 24 hours alone, Lake Louise saw a record breaking 29″ in 24 hours— not to mention it was/is BLOWER POW.

The same is true across much of interior BC. Whistler Blackcomb on the other hand has seen massive amounts of heavy snow and locals are praying for a slight reprieve in the weather so they can get up high (*Peak Chair).

Top 10 Deepest Snowpacks In Canada:

10) Big White, BC | Fernie, BC — 67″ (170cm)

9) Sasquatch, BC — 69″ (175cm)

8) Whitewater, BC — 72″ (182cm)

7) Kicking Horse, BC — 73″ (186cm)

6) Lake Louise, AB — 77″ (196cm)

5) Grouse Mountain, BC — 79″ (200cm)

4) Revelstoke, BC — 83″ (211cm)

3) Cypress Mountain, BC — 85″ (215cm)

2) Mt Seymour, BC — 93″ (235cm)

1) Whistler Blackcomb, BC — 109″ (276cm)

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