In just a few months, the lifts at Big White Ski Resort will start spinning for another season. While guests have been busy hiking, biking, and playing on the mountain over the summer, staff have been digging, building, moving and investing to make the resort even better for the 2019/2020 Winter season.
After experiencing devastating water damage in March 2019, The BullWheel Gastro Family Pub has undergone extensive renovations to be ready for all of our guests come Winter 2019/2020. Owner John Mooney gives us the lowdown:
Big White’s Craft & Country, Beer & Music Mountain Festival is just a week away – and organizers are on the hunt for beer vendors for the July 6 festival. This is the fifth year Big White has hosted the festival, and this year, it’ll be bigger and better than ever, with more music, more beer and bigger crowds to take it all in.
Here’s what we know about Dads: They like outdoor adventures, cold, frothy pints of beer and cracking jokes that make their children uncomfortable. As Canada’s Favourite Family Resort, we also know Dads love Big White, and, this year, we’re making Father’s Day gift-giving easy with a list of ways you can share our beautiful mountain with the man who changes your tires and grills your steaks.
Dust that bike off. Big White’s 5th Annual L’Alpe De Grand Blanc – a 60-kilometre road bike ride from Kelowna to the Village at Big White – is just weeks away. If you're interested in conquering a ride of this magnitude, take some advice from Big White’s on-site pro: start prepping now.
Unlimited access to Big White Ski Resort’s Okanagan Champagne Powder – that should be reason enough to buy a season pass to Canada’s Favourite Family Resort, but, just in case it’s not, here are 10 more benefits of being a Big White season passholder:
Stranded on ice, cold, hungry and unable to swim, a Big White sled dog narrowly escaped death thanks to a hiker and the Big White Fire Department. On Monday afternoon, around 2:30 p.m., a hiker spotted the dog – which had been missing from Candle Creek Kennels for five days – out on the ice at Lake Paul, next to the Powder Chair.