Canadian Ski Council is excited to partner with SnowSeekers to bring you stories and inspiration about booking a snow-filled adventure you won’t soon forget. In previous instalments, we wrote about how to have the best Spring Break in Whistler, and tips on how to plan the ultimate BC ski holiday. In this column, we give you a webcam roundup from #SkiBC so you can check out the massive snowfall that’s about to hit Whistler and beyond.

Wow! Did you see the snow forecast for Whistler and the coastal mountains? It’s crazy! The Weather Network meteorologist, Tyler Hamilton says the biggest accumulation of snow on the planet is set to land on higher elevations through Saturday and Sunday. “How much?” you ask with bated breath. A whopping 200 centimetres! If you are planning to head for the freshies, check out this story on how to have the best Spring Break at Whistler.

Sun Peaks pulls in fresh pow

Sun Peaks, near Kamloops, B.C. has just enough fresh powder planned to keep your tips covered today and for the next few days. If you’re planning a trip to the cool alpine village, find out just how much you can jam into a day here.

The freshies are keeping the groomers up all night at SilverStar

That same weather system dumping on Whistler is blasting into the interior to SilverStar and will drop the fluff all week long. More than 13 cm landed over night.

Red Mountain ready for action

Brrrr! That little Rosario statue looks chilly under that dusting of snow. He better hold onto his hat; there is more powder planned for the rest of the week. Red Mountain near Rossland, B.C. has seen 16 cm in the last seven days and plan on more just in time for the Canadian Open Freeride Championships (Junior) this weekend. Learn just how deep it gets at Red here.