Lake Louise Ski Resort, Canada Has Received 112″ of Snow This Season | The Best Start To A Season That They’ve Had In 67 Years

Chris Wallner | | WeatherWeather
Lake Louise Ski Resort, Alberta, Canada Today. Image: Lake Louise Facebook Page

Lake Louise Ski Resort, Alberta, Canada has seen copious amounts of early season snowfall. In October and November alone, the resort has received 284cm or 112″ of snow. This is the most early season snowfall that the resort has seen since the 1950/51 ski season. That’s 67 YEARS!

Lake Louise Ski Resort right now. Image: Lake Louise Webcams

Lake Louise Resort’s Statement On Facebook:

With another 10cm of snow in the last 24hrs, our Alpine snowfall season total for the months of October and November sits at 264cm. That’s a lot of snow…so much that we’re off to our best start since the 1950/51 season!!! With still one more day to go in November, we’re stoked to say that in the Alpine, the skiing & riding is as good as it’s been in the last 67 years…and there’s more snow in the forecast! #justlakeit #skilouise #snowvember

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