April is now well underway and with the longer, warmer days upon us, we can now look back at the 2016/2017 winter season as one for the record books.
In March alone, the mountains saw a total of 320 cm of snow, making it the third snowiest March on record.
With a total of 1,188cm of snow through the winter season, Whistler Blackcomb officially surpassed its 10 year annual average snowfall (1,170 cm) - making for excellent spring skiing and riding conditions available through to May 22.
With so much snow, it is no surprise that visitor numbers are up across the board. As a result, many investment properties reported significantly higher returns in 2016 over 2015 and 2017 has started with a bang - welcome news for investors in Whistler and those looking to purchase revenue generating properties.