Cool, Retro, Hidden-gem
Do you love to shred pow or ride corduroy? Baldy Mt skiing/riding offers an experience like no other. With 25 feet or more of dry desert powder meets inland rainforest precipitation per year, daily grooming and a wide variety of terrain to choose from, Baldy Mt will leave you smiling from ear to ear. Baldy Mountain Resort offers affordable season passes and lift tickets, a variety of beginner, intermediate and expert runs, exemplary grooming, knowledgeable ski and snowboard pros, making it the perfect setting. Baldy Mountain Resort also has a terrain park with rails and jumps for those who prefer more of a freestyle thrill.
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Be the first on the mountain after two days of untouched powder and create your own fresh tracks on BIG POW Thursdays. It’s rare and it’s spectacular.
Imagine having your own private ski resort to yourself. No lift queues, untouched fresh powder, idyllic surroundings and unlimited enjoyment. That’s a dream for many, and at Baldy Mountain Resort we can make that dream a reality. Ask us about renting the mountain for your next private event!
Activitiesactivities you won’t want to leave
Experience powder like no other! With 25 feet (or more!) of snowfall per year, excellent grooming, expansive terrain and minimal lift lines, Baldy Mountain Resort is a hidden BC gem at an affordable price.
Welcome to a snowboarding paradise! Baldy Mt offers the opportunity to create fresh tracks of your own all day long, with gladed areas, iconic snow ghosts, and secret powder stashes. Or test out your tricks on our Cascade Snow Park with rails and jumps for all levels. Visit Baldy Mt and experience it for yourself.
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Whether you’re looking for a full-time or seasonal job in the South Okanagan/West Kootenay , Baldy Mountain Resort may have what you’re after. A wide variety of challenging ski resort jobs and career opportunities are available for the winter season at Baldy Mt. We are currently hiring for numerous positions.
Baldy Mt Ski Resort, located on the edge of the South Okanagan Desert and West Kootenay inland rainforest, is accessible from both Canada and the US. It is 35 minutes from Oliver and 45 minutes from Osoyoos, less than an hour from the US border, and roughly 5 hours from Vancouver.