Eleven meters of snowfall is making for some of the best snow conditions ever and spring fever has officially hit the ski hill!
Category: Locals Report
Due to the insane amount of snow this season Fernie Alpine Resort has announced that they will be open straight through to April 15th!
The Weather Networks Severe Weather Outlook is telling Fernie residents and visitors to be prepared for significant snow fall this Thursday and Friday.
The Fernie Griz has embraced the hipster and is getting the entire town to get their “cool” on as part of this year’s Griz Days Gone Plaid celebration from March 2 – 4.
With the NDP’s moving of BC’s Family Day to coincide with the Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Montana holiday, in 2019 Fernie residents will have to contend with the busiest weekend of the year.
A significant snowfall followed by a strong surge of arctic air is in store for Fernie this weekend.
Regardless of how many days Polar Peak is open, I anxiously wait for those epic days of ripping multiple powder runs on its steep fall line terrain.
The Avalanche Canada danger rating for the Lizard Range and South Rockies this weekend will be considerable and human caused avalanches are likely.
The Fernie Memorial Arena has a chance to win $250,000 in upgrades from the Hockeyville competition.
Elk Valley RCMP and Fernie Search and Rescue have recovered the body of a 36 year old male from Calgary who died in an avalanche on Monday.