Who Has The MOST Snow in the Southern Hemisphere Right Now:

Jake Rubnitz | | Conditions ReportConditions Report
@aimzdoran shredding Valle Nevado this week (Photo: Snowbrains Facebook)

Things Have been rad in the Southern Hemisphere lately. Steady snowfall has made for some great skiing each week, and there is more to come. South America and New Zealand have been the big winners so far. Mt. Hutt currently has a 96″-106″ snowpack and Vallen Nevado is maxing out at 98″. It looks like South America is gonna be dry this coming week, but New Zealand and Australia should have snow throughout the week!

Southern Hemisphere Snowpack Depth:


South America

Valle Nevado, Chile: 0″-98

Valle Nevado at Sunset (Photo: Snowbrains)

Ski Portillo, Chile: 24″-41″

El Colorado, Chile:  28″-47″

La Parva, Chile:  20″-51″

Great turns at Cerro Catedral on the 29th (Photo: Mauri Cambilla/SASS Global Travel)

Nevados de Chillan, Chile:  8″-59″

Caviahue, Argentina:  12″-39″

Cerro Castor, Argentina: 16″-41″

Las Lenas, Argentina:  20″-31″

Cerro Catedral, Argentina: 0″-33″

Chapelco, Argentina: 12″-31″


New Zealand

Mt. Dobson New Zealand July 28 (photo: Snowbrains Facebook)

Mt. Hutt: 96″-106″

Ohau Snow Fields:  30″-51″

Coronet Peak:  10″-51″

The Remarkables:  16″-31″

Mt. Hutt on the 29th (Photo: Mt. Hutt facebook)

Treble Cone: 30″-33″

Turoa: 55″

Cardona: 26″-42″

Broken River:  28″-41″ 

Wakapapa:  35″

Craigieburn: 16″-39″


Perisher last Friday (Photo: Perisher Facebook)

Mt. Buller:  24″

Hotham:  30″

Falls Creek: 28″

Thredbo: 38″

Perisher:  38

Charlotte Pass: 38″


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