Big White Ski Resort is honouring the frontline and essential service workers of British Columbia by offering those members of our community one complimentary scenic chairlift ride ticket from Thursday, September 2 to Monday, September 6, 2021.
We bet you’ve never played disc golf at 1,755 metres above sea level! Well, here’s your chance to try…
Big White Ski Resort is now officially open for hiking, biking, and NEW this summer, a 9-hole disc golf course! Big White Ski Resort Ltd Senior Vice President, Michael J. Ballingall and the Loose Moose were on hand Thursday, July 1, for the grand opening of the new course, which is located between the main Village and Happy Valley.
Winter might be over... but up on the mountain, there's no slowing down. This summer, we have fun for the whole family – from hiking in the alpine to ripping through trails on your mountain bike, trying your hand at disc golf or enjoying a cold pint on The Woods outdoor patio.
Big White Ski Resort wants to thank all of our Kelowna-area and on-mountain friends and team members for joining us this past Saturday, June 12, for our annual Community Clean-Up. Over 165 people flowed through the resort to help tidy up the litter left behind after the snow melted.
I just want to reach out and say thank you to all our staff this season. It doesn’t matter whether you were de-icing lifts or pouring coffees, you helped Big White get through its most complicated and toughest season ever. The effort that everyone has made to keep the resort safe and running has been monumental. You did it and we got there. Thank you.
Big White Ski Resort Ltd has made the difficult decision to close for the season on Monday, April 5 at 4pm, six days earlier than the scheduled date of April 11, to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and the recent surge in P.1 variant cases in British Columbia.
Mr. Peter Schumann (photo), on behalf of Big White Ski Resort Ltd, made a presentation today of $5,000 to the Big White Mountain Early Learning Centre to assist the non-profit organization in purchasing supplies, materials and to support the early child educator’s salary.
Over the next three weekends of the TELUS Snowcross Challenge, and up until April 1, Big White Ski Resort is asking you – our guests, residents and partners – to consider donating to the Central Okanagan Food Bank. For every dollar donated, we will match it up to $15,000. All of that money will go directly to the COFB's Nutritional Improvement Program, which provides seasonal produce, meat, dairy and eggs, as well as children's snack packs to local families in need.
Now a year into this pandemic, we know all too well how tied to our computers, cellphones, and desks we need to be to keep things running smoothly, and we know those vacations to sunny beaches and exotic locations have been put on hold. Our fingers are stiff from typing, our eyes are sore from staring at the computer, our vacation days are racking up, and, to be honest, we’re just kind of tired of always making sure we look presentable in our Zoom meetings.