Skis, keys, phone… and, this year, add face masks to that list. We know COVID-19 has made planning a trip to Big White Ski Resort, and anywhere really, a bit more complicated. But, we’re here to make it as simple and enjoyable for you as we possibly can. We’ve put together a list of tips we think you, and your bubble, should look through before you head up the mountain. Remember, #StaySmallStayLocal.
Working from home? Why not work at your home away from home – and by work, we mean strap on a pair of planks and hit the slopes. Still in the office? Well, we’re not saying we promote “calling in sick,” but we aren’t not promoting it… (please, do not come up to the mountain if you are actually sick!). Retired? What’s your excuse?! Skiing and snowboarding midweek has many perks, and we’ve compiled a few to get you pumped about that Monday to Friday, 8:45am to 3:30pm ski lifestyle.
We're all in this together has never been more true, and we want to thank you. Thank you for being patient. Thank you for wearing a mask; for keeping your distance; for staying home if you feel sick; for respecting our team members, the community and all our guests that have visited the mountain so far this year. Without you, without your commitment to keeping the resort safe, we would be unable to stay open this season.
Have a few bottles lying around after a fun night with family and friends? Well, thanks to a brand new Return-It Express & GO recycling facility at Big White, you no longer have to trek all the way down to Kelowna to recycle all that plastic, glass and aluminum.
A chairlift ride to the top of the Big White bike park will never feel so good after watching the contestants pushed to their physical limits. A climb from 1,720 m to 2,151m would have most of us out of breath on regular day, but this day is anything but regular...