Winter Storms Hit Meadow Mountain

The first big storms of winter hit Meadow Mountain last week with full force. Over 30 cms (12”) are on the ground at the lodge and upwards of 200 cms (6 feet) in the back bowl and up high. As is usually the case, because of our unique location at the head of Kootenay Lake and sandwiched between the Selkirk Mountains and the mighty Purcells, our dump of snow was greater than any of our neighbours.

Another blast of winter is predicted for the next two days and this bodes well for an awesome winter ahead. With a Pacific El Nino predicted to drop significantly higher amounts of moisture on the interior of BC, the winter of 2016 is shaping up to be one of the best in years! So hold on to your hats – or helmets as the case may be…

    Don't forget to Share This Post