Big White Pops its Cork for Champagne Powder
Be sure to read this article about Big White by Neville Judd, for the Vancouver Sun.
Big White Ski Resort Opened Today!
Big White Ski Resort
Quality & Quantity
SBC Skier featured Big White Ski Resort in their Fall 2011 issue, complimenting the resorts varied terrain and family appeal.
Big White and the Sundance Kids
In the Fall 2011 issue of Ski Canada Magazine Iain MacMillan describes the adventures three familes have at Big White Ski Resort.
Saw Dogs Reveal Tree House at Big White Ski Resort
Big White Ski Resort in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada is hosting the television program Saw Dogs. This new reality television show to hit Outdoor Life Network here in Canada is about a group of guys who use chainsaws to create wood sculptures. These pieces of art are commissioned to the team under tight deadlines, and a tight budget. Tensions rise under these high pressure circumstances but the outcome is always an incredible masterpiece. This show combines the intensity of power tools with the beauty of art.
Tom and Tiffany in France
Tom and Tiffany are experiencing French culture in Paris, and some truly memorable experiences. Tom has written us a blog from the past few day, read on!
Homeless World Cup Soccer Team
Tiffany and Tom Maxwell, two Big White employees have been training a local homeless street soccer team in Kelowna. Two of their team members are on Team Canada for the homeless World Cup Soccer tournament. Here's the first blog entry from their adventure!
Ballingall appointed to CTC National Experts Advisory Committee
TOTA Past Chair Michael J. Ballingall has been appointed to a high-powered national committee of tourism industry experts whose role is to advise the Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC) on strategy for increasing business with emerging markets around the world.
Ballingall, who is Senior Vice-President for Marketing & Sales at Big White Ski Resort and Silver Star Mountain Resort, was named to CTC's 13-member Emerging Market Advisory Committee in July.
SLOPESTYLE: Now an Official Olympic Sport
On July 5th 2011, the sport of Slopestyle became an official Olympic sport and will be included in the 2014 Olympic Winter games in Sochi, Russia.
Ski and snowboard terrain park enthusiasts can now take their tricks to a new level with the potential to compete in future Olympics.
Big White making news in The Australian
Down under in British Columbia