Whitewater Ski Resort Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain Stats

Nelson, BC  CA
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Whitewater Ski Resort Terrain

At Whitewater, you'll find something for everyone. Trees, bowls, steeps, groomed cruisers and gentle beginner areas. Eleven cross country ski trails are groomed and set daily with loops for all abilities.

Whitewater Ski Resort Snowboarding

Halfpipes: 0
Tarrain Parks: 1

Whitewater is pleased to have the rail park return again this season! Check out our website for information on the Tribute Rail Jam and RBC Jumps and Bumps!

Whitewater Ski Resort Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 6,570 Ft / 2,003 M
Base 5,333 Ft / 1,625 M
Vertical 2,044 Ft / 623 M
Acres 1,184 Ac / 479 Hc
Annual Snow 480" / 1,219cm
Snowmaking 0%
Longest Run: 9,843 Ft / 3,000 M
13%
32%
42%
13%
Trails: 72
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
Triples: 1
Doubles: 2
Surface: 1
Capacity (per hr): 4500
Season:
From 12/7/2013 to 4/7/2014
Sunday: 8:45-3:30
Monday: 8:45-3:30
Tuesday: 8:45-3:30
Wednesday: 8:45-3:30
Thursday: 8:45-3:30
Friday: 8:45-3:30
Saturday: 8:45-3:30
Mountain
Summit 6,570 Ft / 2,003 M
Base 5,333 Ft / 1,625 M
Vertical 2,044 Ft / 623 M
Acres 1,184 Ac / 479 Hc
Annual Snow 480" / 1,219cm
Snowmaking 0%
Longest Run: 9,843 Ft / 3,000 M
Terrain
13%
32%
42%
13%
Trails: 72
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
Triples: 1
Doubles: 2
Surface: 1
Capacity (per hr): 4500
Season/Hours
Season:
From 12/7/2013 to 4/7/2014
Sunday: 8:45-3:30
Monday: 8:45-3:30
Tuesday: 8:45-3:30
Wednesday: 8:45-3:30
Thursday: 8:45-3:30
Friday: 8:45-3:30
Saturday: 8:45-3:30

What's New This Season at Whitewater Ski Resort

The Whitewater team was busy over the summer with terrain improvements and construction projects!

There is a new indoor heated seating area at the bottom of the Glory chair at the food truck, with flush toilets and running water, as well as a brand new maintenance shop.

The Blast has been widened between tower 3 through tower 6, the 3 blue runs at the bottom of Glory have been cleared and will be GROOMED this winter, and there are new runs underneath Trash Chutes on the Glory side. This is all new black diamond terrain within potential avalanche terrain. When conditions permit this winter, skiers and riders will enter at the top of Claim Jumper, following the natural traverse across lower Trash, and drop off into the new area before coming out on the Claim Jumper flats. This area will be subject to closures during high avalanche danger or avalanche control.

Information last updated 10/23/2013.