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Vancouver’s Lower Mainland Ski Hills!

After last night’s snowfall, the freezing conditions will settle in. Although a high of -4°C and sunshine is predicted for Monday, it will feel as cold as -13°C with the wind chill, according to Environment Canada.

There aren’t many major cities in the world where there are great ski hills just thirty minutes away. Vancouver has three local ski mountains to choose from: Grouse, Cypress, and Seymour.

Right at the edge of the city, rising out from the ocean, are these three winter playgrounds set in the stunning North Shore Mountains.

Snow Conditions Comparison Overview

Grouse: Total snowfall so far for the season is 269 cm with 145 cm at the peak and 120 cm at the base. 20 cm of snow has fallen in the previous 24 hours and it is currently snowing.

Cypress: The mountain is currently reporting 297 cm of total snowfall so far this season with 10 cm falling in the past 24 hours.

Seymour: Snowfall for the season currently totals 304.5 cm, with 22 cm of snowfall in the past 24 hours and 118 cm remaining at the base.

Whistler: Whistler/Blackcomb is reporting a base depth of 191 cm, with 6 cm of snowfall in the past 24 hours and 6 cm over the past two days.

It is the perfect time to come to Vancouver, stay with us and go to ski to the local mountains.


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