In just one week, Big White Ski Resort nabbed three honours: the Tourism Industry Association of Canada’s 2019 Pursuit Attraction & Adventure Award, Snowpak’s Best Ski Resort in the Okanagan and top three in Canada, plus a World Ski and Snowboard for “Canada’s Best Ski Chalet.”
After winning a prestigious national tourism award and being named best ski resort in the Okanagan last week, Big White Ski Resort has another reason to celebrate. Local chalet, Crescendo, was voted “Canada’s Best Ski Chalet” at the 7th Annual World Ski Awards in Kitzbühel, Austria this past Saturday.
While all of us at Big White Ski Resort know just how great our mountain is, according to Snowpak, experts in the business think it’s great, too! In a recent article on the “11 Best Canada Ski Resorts” Big White was named as number three, coming third to Whistler Blackcomb (2nd) and Lake Louise (1st).
Big White Ski Resort is honoured to be chosen as winner of the Tourism Industry Association of Canada's 2019 Pursuit Attraction and Adventure Award. The award ceremony, which took place Wednesday night in Ottawa, celebrates the best in Canadian tourism.
Escaping to Big White Ski Resort has never been easier. Big White has teamed up with Air North to offer three-day, three-night Fly, Ski & Stay packages from Vancouver to Kelowna for just $529/person. This covers your airfare, two checked bags, your slope-side accommodation, lift tickets and transfers between Big White and the Kelowna International Airport! As Canada’s largest totally ski-in, ski-out Village, there’s absolutely no need for a vehicle.
While the ski season doesn’t kick into full gear until November 28, Big White Ski Resort has been bustling with activity over the past few weeks. Cast and crew for both a commercial and a Hallmark movie have been staying, eating and drinking on-mountain while they use Big White’s beauty as a backdrop for filming.
Out-of-this-world views, dry, fluffy snow, mild temperatures – there are many reasons the Okanagan Valley is a favourite winter destination. And at Big White Ski Resort, you can enjoy it all while sipping on a glass of world-class vino made within a couple hundred kilometre radius.
Big White Ski Resort is honoured to be included as a finalist for the Tourism Industry Association of Canada’s Pursuit Attraction & Adventure Award. The award, presented annually, recognizes a Canadian organization that provides outstanding outdoor adventure tourism experiences.
Big White Ski Resort is excited to announce the newest addition to its roster of professional athletes, 25-year-old Canadian Ski Cross member Ned Ireland. Ireland spent his formative years as a Big White local, growing up slope-side, attending the Big White Community School, and honing his skills on Big White’s famous Okanagan Champagne Powder – and on his favourite run, the Parachute Bowl.