Where to stay near Big White Ski Resort?

Our 2019 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 394 holiday rentals near Big White Ski Resort. From 232 Condos/Apartments to 68 Houses, find unique holiday homes for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends. The best place to stay near Big White Ski Resort is on HomeAway.

Can I rent Condos/Apartments in Big White Ski Resort?

Yes, of course. HomeAway offers 232 Condos/Apartments in Big White Ski Resort. Our other popular types of Big White Ski Resort holiday rentals include:

  • Houses: 68 holiday houses
  • Chalets: 43 holiday houses
  • Townhouses: 35 holiday houses

But you can also enjoy a great stay in one of our other holiday rentals including Bungalows and more.

Can I find a holiday accommodation with pool in Big White Ski Resort?

Yes, you can select your preferred holiday accommodation with pool among our 59 holiday homes with pool available in Big White Ski Resort. Please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.

    It's the last resort – fun in the sun and snow

    The Big White Ski Resort offers plenty of thrills for the snow enthusiast. Nestled in British Columbia on a 2,315-metre-tall mountain of the same name, the resort features 11 square kilometres of skiable terrain. No matter what time of year you book your Big White Ski Resort vacation rental, there's plenty of fun on tap – the year-round resort also offers a host of warm-weather activities, including hiking and mountain biking. There's also a village in the heart of the resort where you can find places to eat, shop and drink.

    Bust out the skis! It's time for big thrills on Big Mountain

    Home to numerous ski runs and a terrain park built for big and small tricks, Big White Ski Resort caters to thrill seekers of all levels. Feeling less than confident? Seasoned instructors offer skiing and snowboarding lessons. You'll find trails all over the resort as well, including those designed for snowshoeing, dog sledding, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Big Mountain also features an outdoor ice skating rink and a 60-foot ice climbing wall. Less strenuous activities include sleigh rides and a tubing park. The fun doesn't end once the snow melts – summer activities include hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking.

    Shop until you drop, then wine and dine away

    The cosy mountain village is home to the Village Centre Mall, where you can shop the day away, buying everything from local gourmet goods to fine jewellery. After a long day on the slopes, pamper your weary body with a day at the village spa. Indulge in such relaxing treatments as a deep tissue massage, pedicures and facials. You'll also discover there's no shortage of places to eat as the village offers around 20 restaurants. End your day by picking up a bottle of fine wine before retreating to your Big White Ski Resort vacation rental.

    Snowing in a winter wonderland (and part of the spring)

    As with most mountain resorts, winter brings heavy snow and cold temperatures to Big White. Blistering December conditions typically see highs hovering near -6 degrees Celsius, while April highs measure around -2. Big White's popular winter season – which usually lasts from late November through mid-April – draws big crowds. You can leave the parka at home should you visit in the late spring, but make sure you bring an umbrella in May and June, the mountain's rainy season. Summer days are warm, sunny and dry, particularly in July and August when daytime highs reach 16 degrees Celsius.

    Take the high ground: where mountain peaks climb sky

    As the highest summit in the Okanagan Highland, an elevated region tucked between the Monashee Mountains and the Okanagan Valley, Big White Mountain dominates the landscape throughout the region. The mountain's snow covered slopes are also dotted with lush pine forests, which play host to such wild animals as grizzly bears, deer and owls. Once you start coming down the mountain, you'll find the surrounding area is well moisturised, as it features an array of waterways, from winding rivers and creeks, to tranquil ponds and lakes.