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Snow & Weather Report

Weather is taken at mid-mountain every day we are on the mountain.

Mar 19

8:09 PM

260 cm

BASE

0 cm

NEW SNOW

-7 to 2 °C

TEMP


Mar 18

6:35 PM

261 cm

BASE

0 cm

NEW SNOW

-8 to 1 °C

TEMP


Mar 17

6:33 PM

262 cm

BASE

0 cm

NEW SNOW

-12 to 2 °C

TEMP


Mar 16

5:34 PM

268 cm

BASE

0 cm

NEW SNOW

-8 to 3 °C

TEMP


Mar 15

6:34 PM

274 cm

BASE

0 cm

NEW SNOW

-16 to -3 °C

TEMP


We are 100 km north of Nelson, 110 km south of Revelstoke, 55km east of Naksup (all as crow flies). These three towns will give you an idea of the weather patterns in the area of White Grizzly.

Revelstoke Weather Forecast

Find more about weather in Revelstoke, CA

Nelson Weather Forecast

Find more about weather in Nelson, CA

Nakusp Weather Forecast

Find more about weather in Nakusp, CA

Disclaimer

Please do not put too much credence on weather forecast for this region. Forecasters are attempting to predict the valley weather 100 km away from us, and we are in a mountain environment with significant weather changing features. There is a low population density here for a reason: rugged mountains and wicked winter snowfalls.

White Grizzly Peak generates its own weather ideally situated to prevailing winds which provides more air mass lift and more snowfall. We are NE facing which is protected from wind effect and sun so the snow is light and dry longer, and we have enough terrain that even with no new snow for three weeks you have fresh turns each run, each day. We are out playing each and every day so come with the right attitude that nature is powerful, and we will play in it together!

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