It’s all about snow at Whitewater. This Kootenay mountain hideaway—set along the Powder Highway near the city of Nelson—has some of the deepest, driest powder around. More than 12 metres (39 feet) of snow falls on average over 623 vertical metres (2,044 vertical feet). Uncrowded slopes, family-friendly groomers, remarkable steeps, top-of-the-line tree-skiing, and endless backcountry are all found at this resort, which maintains a local ski-hill vibe.
Learn more about Whitewater Ski Resort.View Website
View snow conditions in Whitewater Ski Resort.Visit Page
Nature & Wildlife
Does soaking post-skiing muscles in steamy mineral water sound like heaven? If so, you’re in luck. Hot springs and skiing is found on BC’s Powder Highway.
Adventure & Outdoors
British Columbia is dotted with delightful, laid-back mountain towns.
Skiing & Snowboarding
10 days / 1300 km (808 mi)
Visit eight ski resorts on this road trip through the Kootenay Rockies.
Tag your BC experiences with #exploreBC. We feature our favourites here!
Visitors to British Columbia can arrive by air, road, rail, or ferry.Visit Today
Five-star hotels, quaint B&Bs, rustic campgrounds, and everything in between.Rest Your Head
Know what to expect in communities across the province.Check Conditions