By Powder Matt Latest Cold weather forecast brings ‘Cheers’ to Skiers. I know we are still in the heat of summer but skiers and riders are cheering in Canadian Rockies with recent cooler temperatures. The presence of El Niño or La Niña – and their strength – is used to project how active the winter
By Powder Matt Just received this great note from a skier and or a snowboarder who is stoked about Fernie! Had to share with you the image she sent and what she said about the closing weekend events of ‘Fernival’ and the ‘Slope Soaker’ Stoked Skier and or Rider said “Show em what you got!
Last chance to ski and ride at Fernie Alpine Resort and Kicking Horse Mountain Resort this weekend! It is a special rite of passage to make the last turns on closing weekend for me. So come on out and join in the Last Hurrah and Celebrate La Nina (Robin Sigger’s friend…) and make your last
My legs are tired but my mind has wonderful ‘Snow’ Dreams after a weekend of incredible skiing conditions at Fernie Alpine Resort. From all accounts last week was truly epic- over 100 cm at Kimberley Alpine Resort, over 35 cm in 24hrs at both Kicking Horse Mountain Resort and Fernie Alpine Resort with each already
Skiers lookin for snow? Post Holiday I have been getting lots of notes from skiing friends who live near ski resorts across Canada and the United States. In summary it is good to see that snow has finally arrived around Quebec City at Mont Sainte Anne and Stoneham. In the US resorts have not been
Huge Snow allows Fernie to double terrain and open all lifts for this weekend. Fernie Alpine Resort, British Columbia, has some of the deepest snowfall in North America and will have some of the most terrain open at this time in North America with 2500 acres. We have had close to 6 feet of total
Epic Snow predicted for British Columbian ski resort of Fernie Alpine Resort by leading Weather Service
La Nina is predicted to return by leading weather service experts at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Those who followed the snow last winter found epic snow conditions in Southeastern British Columbia. With the convergence zone of moisture laden fronts from the northern pacific meeting colder air coming in from the North and Alberta