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Whitewater Resort

Total Area:
4.8 km2
Vertical Rise:
623 m
Base Elevation:
1380 m
Apline Elevation:
2003 m
Downhill Trails:
69
Ski Lifts:
4
Facilities:
Double Diamond Runs
Black Diamond Runs
Blue Square Runs
Green Circle Runs
Accessible Backcountry
Whitewater Resort has 69 runs serviced by 4 lifts. Backcountry terrain is accessible.
Terrain Park:
Whitewater terrain park contains features.
Other Activities:
snowshoeing
cross country
Visitors can partake in other activities like snowshoeing and cross country at Whitewater.
Current Whitewater Resort Conditions:
-7°C, 14cm fresh with a snow pack of 209cm and a total snowfall for the season of 560cm

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Some ski areas are said to be in a snow shadow. If there is an opposite term for that, it could be used to describe Whitewater. This ski area gets significantly more snow than its regional rivals, and it has awesome terrain with which to shred it on a pow day.

There are 3 sides to the Whitewater ski area. Silver King and Summit sides surround you when you arrive at the lodge. It is a spectacular view here, especially for a skier or boarder carrying avalanche gear. Both of these sides are serviced by double chairs. The Summit side has steeper terrain and more vertical, while a beginner area and park on the Silver King side.

Off the back side of the Summit is Glory Ridge. This area is serviced by a triple chair that drops to the lowest point in the ski area. The terrain here is similar to that of the Summit. It's steep and has plenty of vertical.

During the winter season you're as much or more likely to find powder at Whitewater than any other ski area in BC.
Official Website:
skiwhitewater.com

Snow Phone:
250-352-7669

Established in 1956

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