VIDEO: Snowboarding at Big White Ski Resort

Snowboarding at Big White Ski Resort

Snowboarding at Big White Ski Resort

Santa Clause was good to me this year. He left me a GoPro Hero3+ camera under our Christmas tree. What a nice guy! I’ve wanted a GoPro camera for years but it always landed in the ‘nice to have but don’t need it right now’ bucket. I’m so glad Santa thought I was a good boy this year and rewarded me with this fun little toy.

We had an issue with the original camera that Santa left under the tree, so we had to wait for his hardworking elves to make a new one and ship it via FedEx (reindeer don’t fly in January, who knew?). Fortunately, the camera arrived the day before our trip to Big White Ski Resort, so I was able to test it out on the slopes.

The first day we went snowboarding we caught some new snow, which was great for riding but didn’t make for very good video and images. That, and I messed up some of the recordings trying to figure out how to use the camera. Our subsequent days on the mountain were brilliant sunny bluebirds, great for capturing video.

The video below was captured while cruising down a couple fast groomers on the Bullet Chair line. It’s a fun section in the mornings when the sun is climbing over the Okanagan Valley.

Click on the video below to witness the outstanding scenery at Big White.

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Having trouble viewing? Watch directly on YouTube here – Snowboarding at Big White


About Big White Ski Resort

Tucked on the west side of Canada’s Rocky Mountains in the heart of the British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley lies Big White Ski Resort. Known worldwide for its local climate that provides the much sought after dry, light, champagne powder, Big White offers the choice of 118 designated runs across 2,765 acres of spectacular terrain.

With a daily action packed program filled with family friendly activities, and the largest ski-in, ski-out accommodation in Canada, it’s no wonder that Big White has proudly collected international accolades for being one of the world’s top family friendly ski destinations.

For more info, visit Big White Ski Resort.

About Traveling Canucks

Cam and Nicole Wears are family travel bloggers who live in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia. A passion for travel and outdoor adventure has lead them to over 70+ countries on 6 continents in the past 10 years. Learn more about their story here. Follow them on Instagram and subscribe to their monthly newsletter.