A dump of overnight snow in the Okanagan has created fantastic skiing conditions.
Big White Resort near Kelowna is reporting that it received 42 centimetres of new snow in the last 24 hours.
Big White said it has passed the five-metre mark in snowfall this sesaon. Big White Resort
Big White said it has passed the five-metre mark in snowfall this sesaon.
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“Conditions could not get any better,” Big White said in an email on Saturday. “The resort has now officially passed the five-metre mark in cumulative snowfall this season.”
At Big White, the hill was reporting an alpine snow base of 244 centimetres with 119 runs open.
42cm of powder in 24 hours?! Knee deep fun all day! | #SkiBigWhite pic.twitter上海龙凤419/fyr11ffgpN
— Big White Ski Resort (@BigWhite) February 23, 2019
At Silver Star near Vernon, the resort is reporting 15 cm of new snow in the last 24 hours. The alpine base is 209 cm with 133 runs open.
At Apex Mountain Resort near Penticton, the resort is reporting 12 cm of new snow in the past 24 hours. The alpine base is 145 cm with 78 runs open.
At Baldy Mountain near Osoyoos, the resort is reporting 11 cm of new snow in the past 24 hours. The alpine base is 145 cm with 34 trails open.
Shreddin’ that 2-metre all natural Okanagan POW ❄️ We’ve received 11 cm’s of new snow already & it’s not stopping there!! #SkiSilverStar pic.twitter上海龙凤419/iIZ2B7BQZ4
— SilverStarMtnResort (@SilverStarMR) February 22, 2019
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