Baldy is located on the south side of Mount Baldy in South Okanagan, just north of the Canada-US border. Baldy has a base elevation of 5,650 feet above sea level, which is 2,000 feet below the mountain peak.
Whitewater Ski Resort, located just outside Nelson, British Columbia, is a powderhound paradise with an average annual snowfall of over 40 feet. Whitewater, who calls the legendary Selkirk Mountain Range home, provides skiers and snowboarders 1184 acres of skiable terrain and a 2044 foot vertical drop. The mountain consists of groomed runs, open bowls, glades, chutes, and tree skiing all accessible from three chairlifts including the new Glory Ridge chair. The town of Nelson provides guests with a selection of Inns, hotels, motels and guest homes as well as a ton of dining options.
A venue for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, Whistler Olympic Park is the first Olympic Nordic venue to include all three traditional Nordic sport stadiums in one site: cross-country, ski jumping and biathlon.
Whistler and Blackcomb are two mountains that sit side by side, providing skiers and snowboarders over 200 trails spread out on 8,171 acres of skiable terrain (the most in all of North America), 16 alpine bowls and 3 glaciers. Whistler Blackcomb benefits from over 469 inches of average annual snowfall and a wide variety of terrain that caters to all abilities and ages. The Peak 2 Peak Gondola provides access between the two mountains. The resort is also home to 17 mountain restaurants as well as accomodations for all budgets in the Village.
Located in the heart of Cariboo Gold Rush country between Quesnel and Wells, Troll Ski Resort offers the best of family skiing at some of BC's most family-friendly prices.
Cross country skiing, downhill skiing and snow boarding in the Terrain Park at The Hills Health Ranch Snow resort is a family experience. Great skiing conditions combined with a spectacular world-class Nordic ski facility brings you the most memorable cross country and downhill ski holiday experience.Our status as a leading Canadian Nordic ski resort is maintained through continual improvement of our ski facilities.
Centrally located in southern British Columbia and second in size only to Whistler, Sun Peaks affords powder hounds hours of play on 4,270 acres of diverse terrain spread over three mountains. Two airport gateways provide daily direct flights from Vancouver. A ski-in ski-out village at the base of the mountain trio provides access to chairlifts, lodging, snow school, and nightlife.
Summit Lake Ski and Snowboard Area offers an affordable skiing & boarding experience for the whole family.
Located high above British Columbia's Okanagan Valley Silver Star is a destination all about families and has something for everyone in the full spectrum of winter enthusiasts. With over 3000 acres of skiiable terrain and 115 runs spread over 3 mountain faces the variety of terrain is second to none. Long, perfectly groomed cruisers, steep powder filled chutes on the 'back side', terrain park and long winch cat black diamond runs keep skiers and boarders entertained.
Salmo Ski Hill in the West Kootenays of British Columbia is famous for its great night skiing on fully lit runs that are always groomed to perfection. Salmo offers a wide variety of skiing opportunities for all ages and levels. The hill has varied terrain including groomed runs, gently sloping runs, moguls, steep slopes, pristine powder racing courses, half pipe, and a bunny hill.