Baldy Mountain Resort
Mount Baldy sits firmly at the top of the list when it comes to being named as one of Canada's highest ski resort base elevations. At 5,915 feet above sea level, Baldy enjoys more than 25 feet of white champagne powder annually. Just a 30-minute drive from the community of Osoyoos, Baldy has a nearly 50-year history of serving up incredible terrain and great snow conditions for skiing or riding. The views over the valley below are worth it alone. Located in the South Okanagan, there are not many places around the world where you can ski and sip wine from the wineries just down the road in the neighbouring communities of Osoyoos and Oliver.
Fat biking and snow based frisbee golf
$199 Season's Pass winter 2016/17 - nuff said!
9am to 3:30pm daily
South Okanagan Champagne powder looking out to the United States. Lots of natural gullies and shoots to explore, consistent great snow because of its high alpine base.
One quad chair, one double chair, one T-Bar and one magic carpet
Osoyoos is the best option for base camp as there are no on-mountain accommodations, yet.
From Vancouver head along the Crow's Nest Pass or Highway three.
From Alberta best bet is to route along the TransCanada through Banff, then onto route 97-S which will take you right into Oliver and from there Baldy is about 35 kms.
Fly into either Penticton regional airport (36 min away) or Kelowna International Airport (90 min away). Airport transfers and car rental packages provide several options for ground transportation between airports and the the communities of Oliver and Osoyoos.
Baldy Shuttle picks up in three locations in Osoyoos starting at 7:30 am. and leaves the resort 30 minutes after the last chair.