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We totally love this time of the year. It is the perfect time when we could dedicate some time to making things just for love, fun, for happiness and sometimes all three. In fact, we love it so much that we decided to spend our precious time in snowfall as we finally headed towards winters because everybody loves winter or maybe there is not enough of it where you live? Take a look at these incredible sites created by snow and ice. Many of them look unearthly and once again prove nature to be a genius artist.

Reykjavik

 

As the most northerly capital city in the world it is hardly surprising that Iceland receives a lot of snow. Snow can be expected from November through to March but the temperature does not get far above freezing for the rest of the year so there is always a chance of snow in Reykjavik. That said Iceland is actually relatively warm considering how far north it is due to the Gulf Stream current. It is rare that temperatures drop below -15 degrees Celsius in the winter. Just imagine how beautiful this place looks in winters! Amazing everybody must visit Reykjavik in winters.

Northern Canada

 

With the cost of a long haul flight to factor in, Canada is snowier place compared to the other destinations However, the ‘Aurora Oval and Snow’ covers the majority of the country, including the provinces of Yukon, Northern Saskatchewan, Northwest Territories, Newfoundland With the right conditions, you’re highly likely to see the Lights here, and you can fill the rest of your holiday with skiing and other snowy activities Canadian Geographic have an awesome map of aurora snowy locations online. Each year average snowfalls bring approximately 131 inches along the North edge of Northern Canada. Alternatively, if you are a big snow city fan then you must visit this striking northern Canada and enjoy winters in snowy camps. This is must see place for best snowfall plus northern lights.

Moscow

 

Moscow is the city of beautiful Russia; it is a nation’s cosmopolitan capital. Moscow experiences long cold winters where snow can be expected all the way from the beginning of November through to the end of March. In addition the city has a particularly bad traffic problem all year around which is only exacerbated during this winter snowfall. However due to a climactic quirk Moscow also gets very hot summers with sweeping heat waves that have proved deadly in recent years

Jackson Hole

 

For all the tony chalets dotting its mountainsides, Jackson remains one of America’s most authentic western destinations. Mom-and-pop motels share the streets with exclusive furriers, and off-duty ranchers in boots still ask for a lady’s hand to dance at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. The Grand Tetons loom overhead, and the nearby slopes of Jackson Hole deliver steep, powdery runs. A fence on Jackson’s northern edge denotes the boundary with Grand Teton National Park and the National Elk Refuge.

Malam Jabba

 

The home to the only ski resort in Pakistan, Malam Jabba is a Hill Station in the Karakoram mountain range nearly 40 km from Saidu Sharif in Swat Valley, KPK. The Malam Jabba Ski Resort had a ski slope of about 800 m with the highest point of the slope 9200 ft above sea level. The resort was equipped with modern facilities including roller or ice-skating rinks, chair lifts, skiing platforms, telephones and snow clearing equipment. The area also contains two Buddhist stupas and six monasteries that are scattered around the resort. Malam Jabba is undoubtedly one of the best natural places to visit in Pakistan. It is a famous tourist site for both summer and winter seasons. When the snow falls in winter the Malam Jabba is at its most beautiful.

Aomori City

 

Aomori City is located in the Aomori Prefecture in the northeast region of Honshu in Japan. Embedded between Aomori Bay, Mutsu Bay and the Hakkōda Mountains in the South, the city, which is home to more than 299,000 people, is slammed with the heaviest annual snowfall in world. With an average of 312 inches, Aomori tops the list of major cities for snowfall worldwide. Japan’s geographical location, oceanic position, high elevations of the mountains and the country’s proximity to cold air from northeast Asia make it one of the snowiest locations on the planet.

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