Snowfall in Vancouver: Time to hit the slopes!
Last year was pretty dead for me since I was stuck in school all year. I'm planning on heading up to Whistler for the holidays to spend some time with my girlfriend and some friends. If you ever need a ride up to Whistler or Blackcomb, check out snowbus.ca. They offer one-way and return tickets to and from Whistler. Prices range from $23.96 one-way, and $42.92 for a return trip. They also offer membership pricing which comes with a couple of nice perks.
Another great discount that I signed up for this year was an EDGE card. You can get killer discounts on lift tickets if you sign-up early enough. If you plan on going up regularily, you should definately check it out.
I've checked the local mountains and here's the run down:
||In the Last 24 Hours|
|Whistler/Blackcomb||110 cm||24 cm (and counting)|
|Cypress Mountain||83 cm||13 cm|
|Grouse Mountain||107 cm||12 cm|
|Seymour Mountain||78 cm||13 cm|
|Big White||64 cm||4 cm|
|Silverstar||85 cm||3 cm|
|Sun Peaks||85 cm||3.1 cm|