Big White Ski Resort Historical Snowfall Data

Confirms Reliable Snowfall, Every Year

Season 2017-18 has been another epic one for Big White with a total of 859cm (338 inchesaccumulating over the season. The facts – the resort saw snow on 96 days out of the 136 days of the season. The biggest one day snowfall was 38cm (15 inches).

The top five snow accumulation seasons since records were collated in 1981-82:

1998-99   962 cm

2015-16   946cm

2012-13   889 cm

1996-97   887 cm

2001-02   871 cm


Such results however are not surprising considering the historical snowfall consistency the mountain is renowned for.

The snowfall and snow base records from the last 31 seasons illustrate why the mountain is called Big White and reinforces why this ski resort, near Kelowna, BC, Canada, has earned such an enviable reputation for reliable champagne powder snow, every season.

Accumulation Data and trends

Monthly Snow Accummulation Data and trends


While the result for this last season has been outstanding, records over the last 5 years, last 10 years and right across the last 31 years demonstrate Big White turns on great snowfall with a high degree of certainty year in year out.  Few other snow resorts enjoy such a high level of snow reliability.

Big White Ski Resort and Stonebridge Lodge Resort are the safe snow bet for international skiers, especially those that have to plan well ahead to secure air travel. Coupled with the very attractive Canadian Dollar exchange rate; genuine ski/in ski/out accommodation in the heart of the village; Stonebridge Lodge at Big White is the place to book now for next season. Contact us for more information.