Snow Shoeing in Big White Ski Resort, Kelowna, British Columbia Canada

Top Elevetion:
2319 m ( 7606 ft )
Base Elevation:
1755 m ( 5757 ft )
Vertical drop:
777 m ( 2549 ft )
Night Skiing:
Big White Ski Resort is a well-known ski resort, located 56 km/34 mi southeast of Kelowna, in the Southern Interior of British Columbia. A major reason why this place is always busy, is the fact that it is the second largest resort in British Columbia. Visiting this spot gives you the opportunity to fulfill all your needs.

Offering the best conditions, this resort is worth discovering regardless of mood or weather. The only thing that you need is a lot of positive energy and your family or friends. Get in touch with the snow environment by performing an exciting activity, like snowshoeing.

The resort offers a vertical drop of 777 m (2549 ft), a base elevation of 1755 m (5757 ft) and a top elevation of 2319 m (7606 ft). The 118 trails tailored to cover all levels of difficulty are at your disposal. 18% of trails are designed for beginners, 54% for intermediate athletes, 22% for experts and for those who want to exercise their sport without limits, 6% of trails are tailored especially for them.

The longest run is 7.2 km (4.5 mi). The snowfall reaches 750 cm (295 in). For beginners, 101 qualified instructors are available to teach them how to enjoy their best activity. On spot you find 1 gondola, 5 high speed chairs, 3 ground/t-bar and 2 tubing with lift capacity 28,000 skiers/hr. If you need more romance, you can practice your most loved sport under the stars.

Trigger your best memories in a place, which is focused to cover all your needs.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Kamloops
217 km, 135 miles, 2 hours 53 minutes.
Follow the BC_79 S.
BY CAR FROM Vancouver
448 km, 271 miles, 5 hours 7 minutes.
Follow the BC_1E.
Kelowna International Airport,
42 km ( 26 miles )


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