Skiing & Snowboarding
Skiing (Canadian Tourism Commission photo)
Whitewater Ski Resort is for two kinds of skiers and snowboarders – those who were born to ski or board, and those who want to work hard to improve.
There is beginner terrain here, but pass on the green runs and the real nature of this mountain begins to emerge. It's no accident that Whitewater trail maps make no mention of intermediate runs. Instead, the green, blue and black colour-coding refers to easier, more difficult and most difficult.
Deep Powder at Whitewater
Powder Magazine calls Whitewater Ski Resort "one of the best powder mountains on the continent." With an average annual snowfall of 12m/39ft, and a base elevation of 1,646m/5,400ft, snow conditions here hold up better than almost anywhere else – even in an El Niño year.
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1 Whitewater Ski Hill Rd
Whitewater Ski Resort, British Columbia
If you're searching for winter's soul and an authentic vacation destination, there is a place, Whitewater Ski Resort. Located along Canada's famous Powder Highway, Whitewater boasts a dependable dry snowfall that totals over 12 meters a season. Combine that with world-renowned food and the new Glory Ridge chair that nearly doubled the terrain, Whitewater offers the truest skiing experience.
The resort is just a 15 minute drive from Nelson, BC, a city that features over 40 restaurants, an abundance of accommodations, hot springs, cat and heli-skiing, and a winter vibe second to none.
Whitewater is pure, simple & real DEEP.
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