Big Chill in British Columbia | The Law Society of New South Wales
"Deep in British Columbia, beneath seven and a half metres of average annual snowfall, towers one Big White secret."
During her visit this season, Kate Allman, a journalist for the Law Society of New South Wales, was delighted to find a winter resort with authentic Canadian charm in the heart of interior British Columbia . In her article "Big Chill in British Columbia", featured in the May issue of the New South Wales Law Society Journal, she highlights Big White Ski Resort as a refreshing alternative to the overcrowded lift lines of Whistler and the seven and half metre snowfall an enjoyable change to the two metres found at Thredbo and Perisher - back home in Australia.
For keen skiers and snowboarders, Big White Ski Resort is a snowy paradise with more than 3,000 hectares of skiable terrain and 118 ski runs. For those more inclined to après-skiing, the resort offers comfortable, luxury ski-in/ski-out accommodation at Stonebridge where multi-bedroom condo units with rustic stone fireplaces and cherry-stained fir woodwork make an ideal escape from the frosty slopes. For the foodie, 6 Degrees Bistro can be found in Stonebridge Building Two and welcomes all guests to experience it's delicately-plated comfort dishes like duck confit or it's seven-course degustation menu paired with local, Okanagan wines, offered exclusively on Sunday nights.
While "It's the Snow" is Big White's marketing slogan, incredible champagne powder is just the beginning when planning an international holiday to Big White Ski Resort.
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