Whether you’re looking to start your day with a hot coffee and pastry, to refuel with a burger and fries, or to treat yourself to a gourmet meal after a long day on the slopes, Big White Ski Resort has it all. And you can fill your tummies knowing Big White’s Food and Beverage Department is not just serving up delicious food, but doing so in an environmentally sustainable way.
The kids are back in school, the bikes packed away, and Summer at Big White has officially come to an end. On September 2, we said goodbye to hiking, biking and fields of wildflowers to patiently await snow and another epic season of skiing and boarding.
Looking for a luxurious and convenient stay at Big White Ski Resort, but don’t want the environmental toll that often comes with it? Look no further than Crescendo – a 5,200 square foot chalet, which comfortably sleeps up to 22 people, located at the corner of Hummingbird Run and Gondola Way.
In just a few months, the lifts at Big White Ski Resort will start spinning for another season. While guests have been busy hiking, biking, and playing on the mountain over the summer, staff have been digging, building, moving and investing to make the resort even better for the 2019/2020 Winter season.
After experiencing devastating water damage in March 2019, The BullWheel Gastro Family Pub has undergone extensive renovations to be ready for all of our guests come Winter 2019/2020. Owner John Mooney gives us the lowdown: