The wait is over! Big White Ski Resort’s brand new, $4-million Powder 2.0 Quad Chair started spinning Friday morning – bringing hundreds of skiers and boarders to 13 fresh runs within the first hour of operation.
It’s your first time to Big White – maybe it’s your first time skiing or boarding – and we want to make sure your trip is not just enjoyable, but safe. From getting to the resort to strapping on your skis to apres ski – we’ll be with you, every step of the way.
The 2018/2019 season may have only just begun, but Big White Ski Resort has 2020 in its sights: the resort is in the early stages of being considered as a host for a FIS World Cup Snowboard Cross event next season.
While Santa’s elves are busy making millions of presents for millions of good little boys and girls this month, the staff at Big White Ski Resort are also busy wrapping hundreds of presents, checking thousands of lights, decorating dozens of trees and preparing for a 25-day kaleidoscope of red, white and green fun.
The winter is almost upon us and snow is beginning to pile up around the resort. Many people are beginning to plan their trips up the mountain, but why wait? Some think the ski season begins in the New Year, but early winter is the most underrated time of the year to go skiing in Canada. The combination of great snow conditions, small crowds, money-saving deals and fun après events means the pre-Christmas season is the perfect time to come up to the mountain and brush up on your skills – or, learn new ones! Here are the top five reasons you should go skiing before Christmas: