Snow Pines

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The Village | Happy Valley

Gateway to Big White Village.

Nestled to the west, Snow Pines stands as the welcoming gateway to Big White Ski Resort. This charming residential neighbourhood offers the perfect blend of alpine serenity and easy access to the bustling heart of The Village. Situated just a short walk from the Village via a convenient cat track, Snow Pines sets the stage for a cozy mountain retreat with its scenic beauty and proximity to all the resort's excitement.






From Big White Village

The quiet side of the mountain.

Situated on the tranquil side of Big White, beyond the Snow Ghost Express, Snow Pines embodies the essence of a serene mountain retreat. This charming neighbourhood is predominantly home to vacation residences, making it an ideal choice for those seeking an authentic mountain experience. With its close proximity to The Village, Snow Pines offers both the tranquility of the mountains and the vibrant energy of the resort just a short walk away.

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About Snow Pines

Snow Pines is the top choice for experiencing Big White's more quiet side.

Vacation Homes


Snow Pines offers a variety of chalets, each with its unique alpine charm. These homes provide a cozy mountain retreat for families and groups, perfect for enjoying the snowy wonderland of Big White.


You'll find inviting duplexes that strike a balance between space and convenience. These homes are ideal for those seeking a comfortable mountain getaway while staying close to all the action.


Snow Pines offers a range of fourplex accommodations that capture a chalet-like vibe, making them an inviting choice for groups seeking an affordable mountain escape. These spacious homes provide the perfect setting for friends and families to come together and create cherished memories in the heart of the mountain.

Getting Around

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Walking: Many accommodations in Snow Pines are within walking distance of The Village. Simply follow the well-marked paths, and you'll find yourself amidst the vibrant energy of The Village in a matter of minutes.

Shuttle Service: The resort offers a complimentary shuttle service that operates regularly between Snow Pines and The Village. This shuttle makes it easy to reach the heart of the resort, especially if you have equipment to carry.

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Ski-In, Ski-Out: Snow Pines is renowned for its ski-in, ski-out access. Many properties in this neighbourhood provide direct access to the ski trails, allowing you to glide right onto the slopes from your doorstep.

Trail Maps: Big White offers comprehensive trail maps, making it easy to plan your skiing or snowboarding adventure. These maps are available at various locations, including The Village and lift stations.

Lift Access: Several lifts in the Snow Pines area provide quick access to a variety of ski trails. Check the lift status and trail conditions to choose the best route for your day on the slopes.


Day parking is free on the mountain. The price point for overnight parking has been set at $20/night, $100/week per vehicle, and $50/night for an RV or camper with no hookups.

Parking permits can be obtained at Central Mountain Check In for overflow overnight parking.

Vehicles must be parked in the Happy Valley overflow parking lot and must be moved every 7 days for the snow removal team.

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about us

Big White Team

Reach out to our team members for any questions and inquiries.

vacation rental specialist Brock from Locations Mountain Management at Big White
Brock Curzon
big white manager
Brock is a career tradesman who has managed vacation rentals for 8 years. Being an avid mountain enthusiast, it’s fitting that he is the manager of our Big White operations. In his rare time off, you can find him biking down the side of a mountain or adventuring with his daughter.
Elliott Cockram
office manager
Elliott is the office manager for our Big White operations. He has over 15 years’ experience as an administrator, manager, and bookkeeper. He is married with a daughter and lives in West Kelowna. Despite his best efforts, he remains a novice skier.