Here at Big White Ski Resort, we know we’re a great resort, and apparently so do the readers of Condé Nast Traveler! The prestigious magazine recently released a list of the “Top 5 Ski Resorts in Canada: Readers' Choice Awards 2021” and our beautiful resort came in the second spot, with a score of 80.3 – just 0.3 points of the top spot.
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.
Introducing Bike Big White’s Beginner Skills Park! Thanks to a $200,000 grant provided by the province and the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA), Bike Big White is adding a few new features and upgrades to the park this summer, including a new progression area, located at the south end of the Happy Valley Adventure Park. The skills park will offer a safe and stress-free environment for entry level mountain bikers to test the waters and gain confidence before entering the main park.
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.