British Columbia Snow Report - 17th January 2017
Snow Reports for Ski Resorts in British Columbia
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When did it last snow in British Columbia?
We're sorry but we don't have a recent Snow Report from British Columbia.
When will it next snow in British Columbia?
The next notable snow forecast for British Columbia (Manning Park) is 22cm, expected on 17 January, with around 46cm forecast over the next 7 days - and up to 88cm possible the following week.
Snow in the Ski Areas of British ColumbiaSearch: e.g. Cham
|Apex Mountain||7cm||13cm||Snow Report|
|Beaver Valley||3cm||3cm||Snow Report|
|Big White||13cm||27cm||Snow Report||157cm|
|Castle Mountain||16cm||20cm||Snow Report||112cm|
|Fairmont Hot Springs||14cm||29cm||Snow Report|
|Grouse Mountain||-||27cm||Snow Report||328cm|
|Harper Mountain||1cm||2cm||Snow Report|
|Hemlock Valley||-||18cm||Snow Report|
|Hidden Valley Highlands||-||-||Snow Report|
|Manning Park||39cm||46cm||Snow Report||125cm|
|Mount Washington||5cm||47cm||Snow Report||163cm|
|Powder King||10cm||21cm||Snow Report|
|Purden Ski Village||4cm||5cm||Snow Report|
|Shames Mountain||7cm||12cm||Snow Report|
|Silver Star Mountain||11cm||13cm||Snow Report||143cm|
|Sun Peaks||11cm||15cm||Snow Report||146cm|
|Whistler Blackcomb||61cm||94cm||Snow Report||177cm|
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Off-Piste Safety in British Columbia
Before skiing or snowboarding off-piste in British Columbia, you must assess the local snow conditions. Always check the local Avalanche Risk Level and ski with appropriate safety equipment.