Snowing hard today at Fernie Alpine Resort and Kimberley Alpine Resort! Yeah! By Powder Matt A snowy day on the Powder Highway of British Columbia today! Looks like more moisture on the way this week and the current snowfall and forecast brings smiles to skiers and snowboarders. This is November 19th top of the Easter
Big Snowstorm blankets Powder Highway ski resorts of Fernie, Kicking Horse and Kimberley Alpine Resort
By Powder Matt The favorite word of skiers and snowboarders, “Snowstorm!”. Over 25 cm fell and more on the way as another system is moving in. Check out the above image from October 22nd Fernie Alpine Resort Check out the webcam that shows ‘SnoTober’ at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort Don’t miss out on the early
By Powder Matt Ski Vacation Deals that matter. It is that time of the year, the heat of summer starts to fade, kids depart for school and ski resorts start pushing their early booking ski vacation deals. For the most part the early booking ski vacation offers are usually the best offered for the ski
By Powder Matt Right now there is a 60 plus percent chance that we will have an El Nino winter for the upcoming 2012/13 ski season. El Nino Return is the prediction- Here is excerpt from NOAA AT THIS TIME THE CHANCES FOR EL NINO DEVELOPING BY THE END OF THE YEAR ARE AROUND 65%.
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
By Powder Matt No BS Snow Report, British Columbia is where the best skiing is in North America right now. While resorts in the United States are still giving updates like you would typically see in November and a friend called me this week to say that he could not believe it, he was playing
Keep your fingers crossed! But I am not making this up. As most of the country is engulfed in hot sunshine I am busy reading NOAA studies. Clearly it is not normal to have back to back La Nina Winters. For those that did not get a chance to enjoy the over 37 feet of