Whistler Blackcomb sees first snowfall of the season 

So long, summer: First autumn snowfall captured by 7th Heaven’s mountain cams

click to enlarge Snow is seen on Blackcomb Mountain's 7th Heaven summit on Tuesday, Sept.17, via the resort's mountain cams. Screenshot courtesy of Whistler Blackcomb
  • Snow is seen on Blackcomb Mountain's 7th Heaven summit on Tuesday, Sept.17, via the resort's mountain cams. Screenshot courtesy of Whistler Blackcomb

Ski season is fast approaching.

That is, if the mountain cams atop Blackcomb’s 7th Heaven summit are to be believed.

A time-lapse video captured by the 7th Heaven cam and posted to the resort’s social media channels show a sprinkling of snow accumulating at an elevation of 2,284 metres Tuesday morning, Sept. 17.

By contrast, the terrain in front of the Roundhouse on Whistler Mountain, which stands at an elevation of around 1,850 metres, remained green and covered in puddles.

Here’s hoping the fall flurries continue until Whistler Blackcomb’s opening day, currently slated for Nov. 28.

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