Big White (British Columbia), Canada

Resort height:

 1755m

 

Slopes:

 1510-2320m

 

Pistes:

 2765 acres

 

General snow cover

 

5/5

 

Snow quality (upper)

5/5

 

Snow quality (lower)

4/5

 

Resort level snow

4.5/5

 

Powder potential

5/5

Big White has a big reputation for powder, which is largely justified. It is also the highest ski area in the interior of British Columbia and so snow preservation is good despite its largely south facing slopes.

 

The top bowls can close in the frequent white-outs, but most of the area is well protected by forest glades and stays open during storms.

Big White is one of our:

 

* Top 10 powder destinations - North America