Big White Ski Resort Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain Stats

Kelowna, BC  CA
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Big White Ski Resort Terrain

Big White Ski Resort is all about snow. An average of 7 meters of Mother Nature’s finest, champagne powder falls annually creating the world famous snow ghosts and blanketing the long cruising slopes. With over 118 runs, five powder bowls and plenty of sunshine you’ll soon realize why Ski Canada Magazine awarded Big White “Best Skiing in Canada”.

The six-passenger chairlift "Snowghost" added to their 14 other express chairs, gondola, and surface lifts, offers one of the most comfortable lift systems in North America thus guaranteeing short lines. the ‘Snow Ghost Express’ – the longest six-passenger chairlift in Canada! This state-of-the-art Leitner-Poma chairlift sits parallel to the existing Ridge Rocket Express. The two lifts combined transport ten passengers to the top every seven seconds and increase the hourly lift capacity to an impressive 28,000 riders per hour.

Big White Ski Resort Snowboarding

Tarrain Parks: 1

Big White is a natural snowboarders’ paradise, with the glades, gullies, tree lines and bowls creating a natural skate park-like setting. Riders of all abilities can find terrain suited to their interests and needs. Big White’s TELUS Park boasts a snowcross course and rail park. TELUS Park is a winter playground like no other. Snowboarders will love the lights for night riding, and the double chair for faster access.

Big White Ski Resort Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 7,606 Ft / 2,318 M
Base 4,950 Ft / 1,509 M
Vertical 2,550 Ft / 777 M
Annual Snow 295" / 749cm
Snowmaking 0%
Longest Run: 23,760 Ft / 7,242 M
Toughest Trail The Cliff
18%
54%
22%
6%
Trails: 118
Night Skiing? Yes
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
High-Speed 6: 1
High-Speed 4: 5
Triples: 1
Doubles: 3
Surface: 3
Gondolas: 1
Other: 2
Capacity (per hr): 28000
Season:
From 11/28/2013 to 4/13/2014
Sunday: 8:45-3:30
Monday: 8:45-3:30
Tuesday: 8:45-8
Wednesday: 8:45-8
Thursday: 8:45-8
Friday: 8:45-8
Saturday: 8:45-8
Mountain
Summit 7,606 Ft / 2,318 M
Base 4,950 Ft / 1,509 M
Vertical 2,550 Ft / 777 M
Annual Snow 295" / 749cm
Snowmaking 0%
Longest Run: 23,760 Ft / 7,242 M
Toughest Trail The Cliff
Terrain
18%
54%
22%
6%
Trails: 118
Night Skiing? Yes
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
High-Speed 6: 1
High-Speed 4: 5
Triples: 1
Doubles: 3
Surface: 3
Gondolas: 1
Other: 2
Capacity (per hr): 28000
Season/Hours
Season:
From 11/28/2013 to 4/13/2014
Sunday: 8:45-3:30
Monday: 8:45-3:30
Tuesday: 8:45-8
Wednesday: 8:45-8
Thursday: 8:45-8
Friday: 8:45-8
Saturday: 8:45-8

What's New This Season at Big White Ski Resort

Big White’s Ice Climbing Tower
Big White's newest activity, an Ice Climbing tower will be the main attraction! This is an activity for all fitness levels and can satisfy anyone with an appetite for adventure! The ice tower will be located in the Happy Valley Adventure park, where you can test your skills. .

Rotating Slow Zones

Rotating “Family/Seniors Skiing and Snowboarding Zones” Three runs a day are selected and have signage, gated entry and the addition of extra slope watch and patrol to ensure that speed and slow skiing and riding are monitored.

Family Après ski

Spend some time with your family after a day on the slopes in the relaxing atmosphere of the Moose Lounge. Free popcorn and coloring books, bottomless pop, mock-tails, specials and prizes. Join us for Family fun in the Happy Valley Day Lodge.

Information last updated 10/23/2013.