Last week Unofficial networks released a post called “Top 5 Ski Resorts To Score Christmas Powder Turns In 2015” and with photos like the ones below, it’s easy to see why Whistler was number 1 on the list!

Read the original post on Unofficial Networks:

It’s undeniable that the start to the 2015/16 season has be been beyond expectations. Whistler Blackcomb came into the Holiday Season with an average of 5 meters of snow every week since opening day, and while we’ve had some blue bird days over Christmas this long range forecast from Accuweather shows no sign of a break in the back-to-back snow storm cycles.

Whistler Snow Forecast for the January 2016

Whistler, December 2015

I got what I wanted for Christmas. #powderday #decembertoremember #lppseason3 #skiing @factionskis @arcteryx ?@thedjdakota A photo posted by Low Pressure Podcast (@lowpressurepodcast) on

No better feeling than hitting untouched pow! Pic: @______n.b______ A photo posted by MODEL╳DISCJOCKEY╳WHISTLER, BC (@jye_emdur) on

#christmas #ootd #whenyoudontcareaboutxmas #skipowder #getoutside #actonly #wipeoutrightafter ?????? A photo posted by Andrea Lim (@glittersgold) on


Whistler again. Sorry for the mountain spam but what a spot. #snowboarding #whistler #holidays


A photo posted by Matt Sellick (@dkou84) on

Today was a good day!! Droppin mad pillows 5days after the storm in the midd of the resort @whistlerblackcomb A photo posted by Alvaro Muñoz Santos (@intothewoods_productions) on


Shredding in some fresh powder! #Whistler #Blackcomb #snowboarding #snow


A photo posted by Bryce Wilson (@wilsongbryce) on