Southern Hemisphere Snow Report: Who Has The Most Snow in Chile, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand?

Jake Rubnitz | | Conditions ReportConditions ReportWeatherWeather
Mt. Hutt, Nz Earlier this week (Photo: Mt. Hutt)

Ski Season in the Southern Hemisphere is in full swing after a week where everyone has gotten snow. South America still leads the way and got a nice storm earlier this week. New Zealand has also caught up, and they’re getting some really good skiing in right now. And Australia just got dumped on with up to 30cm of new snow being reported down under. It looks like the snow will keep coming in Southern New Zealand and Argentina this weekend, while Australia and Chile will get a little break.

Southern Hemisphere Snowpack Depth:


South America

Valle Nevado, Chile: 0″-94

Valle Nevado, Chile on Monday (Photo: Snowbrains Instagram)

Ski Portillo, Chile: 24″-43″

El Colorado, Chile:  28″-47″

La Parva, Chile:  0″-43″

La Parva Yesterday (Photo: @skilaparva Instagram)

Nevados de Chillan, Chile:  8″-47″

Caviahue, Argentina:  14″-39″

Cerro Castor, Argentina: 16″-41″

Las Lenas, Argentina:  4″-28″

Cerro Catedral, Argentina: 8″-31″

Chapelco, Argentina: 2″-26″

Bariloche Storm Report

New Zealand

Mt. Hutt Yesterday (Photo @mthuttnz)

Mt. Hutt: 46″-55″

Ohau Snow Fields:  24″-39″

Coronet Peak:  12″-51″

The Remarkables:  16″-30″

The Remarkables earlier this week (Photo: @theremarkables Instagram)

Treble Cone: 26″-32″

Turoa: 63″

Cardona: 13″-26″

Broken River:  14″-30″ 

Wakapapa:  22″


Thredbo got 30cm the past 24 hours (Photo:Thredbo)

Mt. Buller:  20″

Hotham:  28″

Falls Creek: 28″

Thredbo: 4″-23″

Perisher:  23

Charlotte Pass: 23″

Australia Storm report

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