Big White, British Columbia, Canada
Catch the 2010 Olympic Fever
February 6-15, 2010
$899* USD + return air + $215 port fees
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About Big White
Located in the picturesque Okanagan Valley, Big White is uniquely blessed with sunny weather, dry powder and a mild average temperature of -5°C (23°F). With 118 market runs fanning from the summit, 2,565 acres of skiable terrain, and 16 lifts, there‘s a great selection of terrain for everyone with deep powder bowls, wide-open glades, and great fall-line cruising.
- 25’ annual dry powder.
- 2,800 patrolled skiable acres.
- 2,550 feet of vertical.
- Longest run is 4.5 miles.
- 118 designated runs.
- Expert: 6% Advanced:22% Intermediate: 54% Beginner: 8%
- 10 ski lifts (6 are high speed).
- Free ski hosts two times a day.
- Village elevation at 5,757’.
- Top Elevation at 8,600'.
- Best winter powder skiing.
You may be coming to Big White simply for the skiing and snowboarding, but you’ll soon discover you can have a true Canadian adventure.
You can explore snow covered hills by snowmobile, explore backcountry on cross country skis and snowshoes, sleigh ride through the wilderness or mush behind a husky.
As BC’s premier family destination, there is a great range of events and activities for the entire family including night skiing, snow tubing, ice skating, mini z’s, fireworks and carnivals just to name a few.
If you’re after relaxation, soak up the sunset in a steaming hot tub, sit by the fire sipping hot chocolate, tantalize your senses at one of the luxurious day spas or stroll through enticing retail outlets. You won't want to miss Snowshoe Sam's gun barrel coffee.
After a day on the slopes, take your entertainment and dining experience to new heights with a feast of restaurants, lounges, coffee houses, delis, bakeries, cozy pubs and bars. Whatever you’re after, there is a scene to suit your pace.