British Columbia, Canada Has The Most Snow in North America | Up to 113″ of Snow This Season…

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Whitewater, B.C. yesterday. photo: whitewater
Whitewater, B.C. yesterday. photo: whitewater

British Columbia, Canada ski resorts have gotten the most snow of any ski resorts in North America despite the ugly El Nino winter outlook for the nort this winter.

“Seasonal outlooks generally favor below average temperatures and above-median precipitation across the southern tier of the United States, and above-average temperatures and below-median precipitation over the northern tier of the United States [and Canada].” – NOAA on Nov. 12th, 2015

Revelstoke, B.C. on Nov. 12th, 2015. Skier: Christina Lusti PC: Sean Cochrane
Revelstoke, B.C. on Nov. 12th, 2015. Skier: Christina Lusti PC: Sean Cochrane

Despite that ugly winter outlook for the north, Revelstoke has gotten 113″ of snow already this year and it’s been going off, despite not even being open yet.  Revelstoke is forecast to see another 16″ of snow today and tomorrow

Revelstoke, B.C. has gotten 113" of snow this season!
Revelstoke, B.C. has gotten 113″ of snow this season!

Of all the ski resorts listed below in B.C., only Big White is currently open.

Whistler opens one week early tomorrow!

The closest contender we can find to B.C. is Colorado.   Wolf Creek, CO who is reporting 78″ of snowfall this season and Loveland has gotten 65″.  Not bad, CO.

Kicking Horse, B.C. yesterday. photo: KHMR
Kicking Horse, B.C. yesterday. skier:  The Mastadon / photo: Lane Clark/KHMR

SNOWFALL TOTALS FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA:

  • Revelstoke =  113″
  • Kicking Horse = 90”
  • Whitewater = 78”
  • Big White = 54″
  • Whistler = 52”
Bike season just might be over in Whistler.... photo from yesterday by Whis.
Bike season just might be over in Whistler…. photo from yesterday by Whis.

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2 thoughts on “British Columbia, Canada Has The Most Snow in North America | Up to 113″ of Snow This Season…

    1. Getting that in there now. The Mastadon is a wild animal. Lived with him for a while last winter…

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