British Columbia Snow Report and Conditions - 22nd October 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 (Castle Mountain) is 17cm, expected on 22 October, with around 19cm forecast over the next 7 days.

Snow in the Ski Areas of British Columbia

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Apex Mountain2cm 2cm Snow Report
Beaver Valley--Snow Report
Big White1cm 2cm Snow Report
Castle Mountain17cm 19cm Snow Report
Fairmont Hot Springs2cm 2cm Snow Report
Fernie8cm 10cm Snow Report
Grouse Mountain--Snow Report
Harper Mountain--Snow Report
Hemlock Valley--Snow Report
Hidden Valley Highlands--Snow Report
Horseshoe--Snow Report
Kimberley2cm 2cm Snow Report
Manning Park--Snow Report
Mount Washington--Snow Report
Nakiska-3cm Snow Report
Panorama5cm 5cm Snow Report
Powder King5cm 13cm Snow Report
Purden Ski Village--Snow Report
Revelstoke11cm 13cm Snow Report-
Shames Mountain2cm 2cm Snow Report
Silver Star Mountain--Snow Report
Smithers1cm 44cm Snow Report
Sun Peaks1cm 6cm Snow Report
Whistler Blackcomb11cm 11cm Snow Report

Snow near British Columbia

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Ski Resorts near British Columbia, by Snow Depth
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Fernie
Lake Louise
Whistler Blackcomb

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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.

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Note :- The Snow Report for British Columbia, on J2Ski, is updated frequently and subject to significant change; snow depths and skiing conditions vary rapidly, as can all Mountain Weather Forecasts.
Warning :- Snow Sports are Dangerous! Skiing, snowboarding and all winter sports involve risk of serious injury or death. You MUST confirm all information, especially snow and weather conditions, in British Columbia before you ski or board. You participate at your own risk.

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