Snow Forecasts & Snow Reports
Canada Snow Report overview 15th Jan 2010
Most resorts in both eastern and western Canada received new snow over the weekend. Both of our featured heli ski areas are also running now.
The Skeena heli area (200cm) was closed on Saturday 9th January as heavy snowfall prevented them from flying. They reckon around 30cm fell down at the lodge but more further up the mountain. They will commence operations when the weather clears and it should be amazing when it does.
Light snow also fell at Fernie (199cm), which has a great snow base. Loads of snow fell over the New Year period which gives them great cover both on and off piste. All nine lifts were running on Sunday and they are open all the time. It’s also the quietest time of year so the slopes are likely to be deserted, a great time to ski Fernie.
Over in the east at Mont Sainte Anne (80cm), a light dusting of snow fell last week. Most of the lifts are running; all but two. Lots of snow fell around New Year and this still provides excellent skiing as it has been well maintained.
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