Baldy Mountain Resort is situated on the border of South Okanagan and West Kootenay, near the towns of Oliver and Osoyoos in British Columbia, Canada. Baldy receives around 25-35 feet of natural snow per year, providing excellent powder conditions from December to April. The resort offers a variety of trails, including 35 alpine runs, 360 acres of trails, and 240 acres of glades for tree skiing/boarding. Trails range from green (beginner) to black (expert). Besides, it has two chairlifts, Eagle and Sugarlump, a magic carpet, and the McKinney T-bar, providing access to all varieties of terrain. With 13 km of dedicated snowshoe trails, ranging from flat beginner terrain to expert alpine terrain. In addition to skiing and snowboarding, Baldy Mountain Resort provides amenities such as a day lodge, dining options, and equipment rentals.
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Baldy Mountain Resort, nestled between the Okanagan Valley and West Kootenay regions, is easily 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.
The nearest airport to Baldy Mountain Resort is in Penticton. There are direct flights to the Penticton Regional Airport from Vancouver and Calgary. Upon arrival, rent a car and follow directions from Penticton to Baldy Mountain Resort. Penticton offers a selection of Car Rental services. The nearest international airport is Kelowna (YLW) and it offers car rental services. The drive from YLW is two hours and 15 minutes. Find out more
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December - April