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w: http://www.bigwhite.com

t: 250.765.3101

e: cenres@bigwhite.com

e: 1120 Ha

p: CANADA

z: Canadá

Region: British Columbia

Ski resort sheet

77 slopes

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118 Km. Skiable

0 Snow Cannons

20€ Lifts

  • 4 CARPET LIFT
  • 10 CHAIRLIFT
  • 5 BUTTON LIFT
  • 1 CABLE CAR

60-70 €PRICE OF SKI PASS DAY / ADULT

2319 - 1508 Ski resort altitude

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56Km. Distance to Airport

Big White has always been a family stop, but the resort has matured significantly in the last two decades since it was just a place to drive to, ski for a while, drive back. On the mountain today, you’ll find 16 lifts that whizz you upwards to access 7,355 acres (the equivalent of 7,000 foot- ball fields) of skiable terrain, over 118 designated trails and an annual snowfall of over 20 feet. You’ll find a village with accommodation to suite everything from economy to luxury and 18 on-mountain restaurants, cafe´s, pubs and nightclubs. You’ll likely be experiencing weather in the minus 5 celcius range. You’ll find a terrain park that is so big that it has its own weather system. You’ll also find creativity for learn to ski programs, no matter the age or skill level. Mom, Dad and Me, a unique learn-to-ski program, allows the more anxious children (around age 3-6) a private lesson with parents in tow. On the opposite end of the age spectrum, “mature” skiers (seniors) have special desig- nated zones on the mountain which that are carefully monitored to ensure speed is kept to a comfortable crawl, ensuring elder skiers, as well as families with small children, the chance to comfortably explore more than just the green runs on the mountain.

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