Ski or Snowboard Big White Ski Resort
Canada › Big White, Kelowna
Added by Ian Tyley
Big White has everything you ever want if you are looking for great ski resort. It is really incredible – the mountains are gorgeous and offer something for everyone. The village is beautifully done and it is the ideal place for families. This spectacular mountain has an incredible variety of terrain of varying levels of difficulty and an extensive lift network. Why would you not want to go here!
Big White Ski Resort is located about 56 km southeast of Kelowna in the Southern Interior of British Columbia. Its the highest summit in the Okanagan Highland. It is the third largest resort in British Columbia after Whistler-Blackcomb and Sun Peaks.From Kelowna, follow Highway 33 for 32 km (20 mi) until you reach Big White Road. Another 24 km (15 mi) and you will arrive in the main village where you’ll find Central Mountain Check-In and our hotels.
For up-to-date conditions, check out Big White's website: www.bigwhite.com/geo/ca/.
- Snowboard or Skis
- Camera backpack (so its padded)
- Day snacks
Chillin, Skiing, Snowboarding
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Added by Ian Tyley
Growing up meters from the beach it was no surprise that my love for photography began in and around the ocean. My consistent drive to get up every morning is fueled by the excitement and enjoyment of capturing visionary photographs of things that inspire me, whilst having a ton of fun along the way. I love the feeling adventure photography has given me, to explore new places and strive to capture the outdoors. I hope to inspire people through my work.Follow
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