You have to love a bluebird day, especially at Big White Ski Resort in British Columbia.
Often, the rolling terrain of this mountain is socked in, either with storms or fog. But on a cold, clear day, it’s positively gorgeous. Snowghosts dot the landscape of the upper slopes, giving it an otherworldly feeling.
The SkiZer continued his tour of the Okanagan with a stop at this resort near the booming city of Kelowna. Big White is one of the big dogs among ski areas in this region, and you have to love the great grooming and vibrant village scene.
For the SkiZer, some excellent turns were found amid the snowghosts, particularly in Powder Bowl. And for steeps, Big White has an excellent set of double-diamond drops in an area known as The Cliff. A bit scary at times, but in a good way.
Day 7: Big White Ski Resort
- Vertical for the day: 26,000
- Vertical for the year: 102,000