Canadian Snow Reports and Snow Forecast - Friday 4th September 2015
Snow Report and Forecast Summary for Canadian Ski Resorts
The Deepest Snow in Canada
|Snow||Snow Report||Snow Conditions||Forecast||Next Snow|
|Banff Mount Norquay||-||Forecast||1cm 4/Sep|
|Lake Louise||-||Forecast||3cm 4/Sep|
|Marmot Basin||-||Forecast||3cm 4/Sep|
|Sunshine Village-Banff||-||Forecast||3cm 5/Sep|
|Whistler Blackcomb||-||Forecast||3cm 6/Sep|
Skiing in Canada
For more about Canadian Skiing, see Skiing and Snowboarding in Canada.
We do not have any current Snow Reports for Canada, but you can still view the last reported conditions for selected Canadian Ski Resorts, by selecting one from the list below.
For detailed current Snow Reports, and local Snow Forecasts for other countries, please use the menu to the left.
Top Ten Canadian Ski Resorts for Snow
Canadian Ski Resorts - Skiing Conditions at a glance
Last reported Snow Conditions and Snow Forecasts for Ski Resorts in Canada - please note that all ski resorts can be affected by weather at short notice, and you should check with the Tourist Office before travelling.Search: e.g. Cham
The Canadian snow forecast figures given here are the likely average cumulative snowfall on each day, for the specified ski resort. Local snow depths may vary considerably from slope to slope.
Ski Safe : If you intend to ski or snowboard off piste in Canada, you must check conditions locally before doing so. Always check the Avalanche Risk Level and carry appropriate avalanche safety equipment at all times.
Snow Report Table Key
- Snow Hi - current depth of snow on upper slopes.
- Snow - link to a full Ski Resort Snow Report.
- Forecast - link to a 7-Day Ski Resort Snow Forecast.
- 48 Hours - total new snow expected in the next 48 hours.
- Next Snow - depth and date of the next snowfall forecast.