Look, they don't call it Big White for nothing. It's the snow, baby. This place picks up an average of more than 750 cm of snow every season. That's big. That's white.There's more to the attraction. Big White is home to Canada's largest ski in/ski out village and there won't be a budget or "lifestyle" that can't be accommodated here. There are 18 on-mountain restaurants, cafes, delis, pubs, and nightclubs.Bring the kids. Big White is extremely family friendly and entertainment during the day and evening is close to all accommodations. The Big White Kids Centre lets you enjoy the resort to the fullest while they have fun on their own learning to ski or ride.There are 16 lifts, 118 runs, five alpine bowls, terrain and tubing parks, skating rink, and snowmobile trails over 2,765 acres of terrain.Big White is located in B.C.'s Okanagan Valley and there are flights into Kelowna, 35 miles from the resort, from all over Canada and from Seattle south of the border. Shuttle service from the airport is convenient.ActivitiesSnowboarding: The $2.5 million Telus Terrain Park includes an Olympic-size 500-foot-long Super Pipe with 17-foot transitional walls that meets FIS World Cup and X Games standards, a 400-foot standard sized halfpipe with 12-foot transitional walls, a Boarder/Skier-Cross course, separate beginner/intermediate and intermediate/advanced lanes in the rail park, and all this will be lit for night sessions. Cross Country Profile: Twenty five kilometers (15.5 miles) of cross country. Some are track set.LodgingBig White has four village hotels, 25 condominium buildings, 244 private chalets, and two hostels, room for 17,000 on-mountain guests. Many buildings feature hot tubs, saunas, underground parking and fireplaces.Winter RecreationMountain and snowmobile tours, helicopter tours, ski and snowboarding school, largest tube park in North America, ice skating, sleigh rides, snowshoeing, and dog sledding.