Kelsey Serwa Ski Cross Camp at Big White Ski Resort
Big White Ski Resort is proud to announce the Kelsey Serwa Ski Cross Camp at Big White Ski Resort’s TELUS Park on March 22nd, 2014. Get in on this once in a lifetime opportunity for a 1 hour group coaching session in Telus Park with Kelsey Serwa in support of the Kelsey Serwa Bursary Fund supporting excelling student-athlete graduates. Big White Ski Resort has been a long time sponsor of the Olympic Silver Medalist and is proud to host such a camp.
Rooftop Campout: Big White Fire Department Raises Money for the Fallen Firefighters Charity
This is the third annual rooftop campout for the Big White Fire Department all in continued support of the Canadian Fallen Firefighters Foundation where 100% of funds raised will go to the charity.
Big White Ski Resort Offers Crystal Mountain Pass Holders Free Skiing This Weekend
Kelowna BC- Big White Ski Resort is extending skiing and snowboarding privileges to all Crystal Mountain, West Kelowna BC, seasons pass holders by offering a complimentary lift ticket Saturday, March 8th and/or Sunday, March 9thduring Crystal Mountains resort closure.
Big White - Featured in Adventure Seekers
I am your typical Ontario transplant here in BC. I came, I saw, I took too many pictures and I moved back as quickly as I could. My first powder experience was at Big White at least a decade ago. A group of us came out to compete in the halfpipe nationals and it was dumping. We had never seen snow like this before. Correction, we had never seen snow like this on a ski hill before. I don’t remember how I placed, what my run was but I do remember that first feeling of experiencing deep snow. We still talk about it to this day and I would say the majority of us now call BC home.
Kids in Motion Family Day at Big White- Incredible Turnout!
Big White Ski Resort hosted over 150 individuals and families in Happy Valley for Kids in Motion’s Annual Family Day, Sunday, March 2nd. Kids in Motion is a program of the Kelowna & District Society for People in Motion. It was put into place in the Central Okanagan in order to promote adaptive sport, recreation and active living opportunities for children with disabilities.