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Get A Local, Sustainable & Delicious Caffeine Fix at Big White Ski Resort

Posted on: May 16, 2019 | Food & Dining

In skiing, a yard sale can mean a bad wipeout – but at Big White Ski Resort, it can also mean a delicious and locally roasted cup of coffee.

Big White is on the Hunt for Craft Vendors for its Summer Festivals

Posted on: May 09, 2019 | Mountain News

While the winter season melts away, Big White staff are busy preparing for a summer packed with fun and sun – and are now on the hunt for vendors to fill the booths at four summer events.

Big White Ski Resort to Host SBX World Cup in 2020

Posted on: April 26, 2019 | In the media

The Barrels & Berms Snowboardcross World Cup at Big White Ski Resort will make its inaugural debut in the beautiful Okanagan region January 20 - 27, 2020. This will be the first Snowboardcross World Cup in Canada since 2013.

Big White’s Executive Chef to Compete in Prestigious Culinary Competition

Posted on: April 25, 2019 | Food & Dining

Big White Ski Resort’s Executive Chef Rob Walker has been named one of six Okanagan-area chefs to compete in next fall’s “Canada’s Great Kitchen Party” culinary competition – for the second time in three years. Formerly called the Gold Medal Plates, Chef Walker competed in the 2016 semi-finals in Victoria, where he was up against nine other BC-based chefs to secure a spot in the finals.

Another Winter Season Wraps Up at Big White Ski Resort

Posted on: April 19, 2019 | Mountain News

Through bluebird skies and powder days, just like that, another fantastic season of skiing and riding has come to an end. All of us at Big White Ski Resort want to send out a huge thank you to those of you who chose to ski and board, drink and eat, stay and play at Canada’s Favourite Family Resort over the past five months. As we prepare for a sun-soaked summer full of hiking and biking, we want to take this opportunity to reflect on the 2018/2019 season. 

27 Countries Represented by Big White Employees for the 2018/2019 Season

Posted on: April 17, 2019 | In the media

When you visit Big White Ski Resort, you’ll interact with a lot of the resort’s employees – from ticket officers to Ski & Board School instructors to restaurant servers and more. Each one has a name tag that includes their hometown and country – and this year, you can find 27 different countries on those name tags.

10 Canadianisms Every Traveller Should Know

Posted on: April 11, 2019 | Mountain News

We know it can be overwhelming tackling a new language when you’re travelling. Luckily for the English speakers that visit Big White Ski Resort, this isn’t much of a hurdle – but, like everywhere else, Canadians have a unique way of speaking that, at times, can cause quite the kerfuffle (problem). So, for all you keeners (brown-nosers) out there looking to make your transition from tourist to full-blown Canuck (Canadian) more seamless, we’ve translated a list of Canadianisms for you to use on your next visit to Big White.

Mountains vs. Beaches – More Similar Than You Might Think

Posted on: April 10, 2019 | Mountain News

For you, the mountains surrounding Big White Ski Resort may seem worlds away from the beaches that line the coasts of Australia and New Zealand. But, we like to think there are more similarities than differences, and we’ve come up with five reasons why you should think this, too. (But, as similar as we think mountains and beaches are, we wouldn’t recommend taking up valuable luggage space with flip flops and beach balls!)

How to Get Here: Australia & New Zealand

Posted on: April 10, 2019 | Mountain News

With direct flights from Australia to Vancouver, and now, a new direct Air Canada flight to Vancouver from Auckland, getting to Big White Ski Resort from across the Pacific has never been easier. The flight between Vancouver and the Kelowna International Airport is just under an hour, with multiple flights arriving and departing throughout the day – meaning you won’t have to spend much time waiting around in the Vancouver airport before grabbing your connecting flight.

How to Get Here: Seattle

Posted on: March 28, 2019 | Mountain News

There are two rules you need to follow when driving up to Big White Ski Resort from Seattle, WA. Number one: Don’t forget your passport. And number two: Take it all in! The trip across the border is a beautiful one that will take you along rivers, through forests and mountain ranges and valleys – and one that will make you “ooh” and “ahh” from departure to arrival.

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