Big White offers ski alternatives for students

Ski hill steps up with additional services for Monday through Wednesday next week when teachers will be on strike.

Knowing families in Kelowna will be affected by the teachers’ strike

this Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Big White ski Resort plans to operate additional

non-prescheduled Express Buses from Kelowna March 5 through 7.

Click here for this additional bus schedule and pricing or call 250.491.6121

Round Trip:   $23.00 (tax included)

*Express Bus Passholders will receive a discounted rate of $15 for these additional

non-scheduled days.

No bookings needed for busing, just show up at the bus stop.

Ski & Board School Fully Chaperoned Special

Big White’s Ski & Board School is offering a Chaperoned Special for those children

ages 6 to 12.  A Big White Instructor will meet children at the Willow Park

(McDonald’s on Highway 33) Express Bus stop and chaperone your children on their

free bus ride to Big White.

Your child will be with an instructor during their full day lessons and be provided

a supervised lunch. An instructor will ensure your child safely loads the bus from

Big White at 4pm and a chaperone will remain on the bus until the

Willow Park Express Bus stop.

Special includes full day lessons, rentals, lunch, and round trip busing.

3-Day Program  $169  That’s a $175 Savings!   Runs March 5th to March 7th

1-Day Option        $94   That’s a   $44 Savings!   Runs March 5th, 6th, or 7th

 

A Season Passholder will receive 10% off the above pricing.

*Lift Tickets are additional.  Click here for Local Discounted Lift Tickets.

Click here for full details on this special or call the Big White Ski & Board School at 250.491.6101

Please note these buses will only run should the strike occur on these days.

Children must be pre-booked into the Ski & Board School Fully Chaperoned Special.

Call Big White Ski & Board School 250.491.6101 or email skischool@bigwhite.com

Learn to Ski or Snowboard Beginner Package

Big White’s Learn to Ski or Snowboard Beginner Packages are for first time skiers

and snowboarders.  This package includes a full day lessons, full day rentals and

a beginner lift ticket for the day. An instructor will walk your c

hild through every step of their first skiing or snowboarding experience and spend

a fun filled day together.  As a special bonus for March 5, March 6, and March 7,

children who are pre-booked into a beginner package can ride the Express Bus

free the same day of their beginner lesson.  Chaperoned option is available at the

Willow Park (McDonalds in Rutland on Hwy 33) Express Bus Stop

if requested when pre-booking.

Price: $119 + tax which includes beginner lift ticket, rentals, full day lessons, lunch, and round trip busing.

Children must be pre-booked Beginner Packages to receive FREE Busing on these special days.

Call the Big White Ski & Board School 250.491.6101 or email skischool@bigwhite.com

 

 

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