Vancouver Island | British Columbia | Canada
Alpine
1589m
-0 °c 0 km ---
 
Nordic
1100m
2 °c 16 km SE
Lift Status & Conditions
LODGE
WHISKEY
NORDIC
HAWK

Skiers and snowboarders currently have 1,700+ acres of terrain to choose from. Our serviced by 5 lifts and 4 Magic Carpets including a high speed six pack and a high speed quad. Plus, the Tubing Park offers a fun alternative to skiing or snowboarding and is also a great apres activity.

  • Green Runs 14% beginner
  • 35% intermediate
  • 51% advanced/expert

Alpine Facts - Winter Season

Alpine Conditions
Alpine Snow Report - updated daily during the winter operating season.
Alpine Lodge Cam Current Alpine Lodge Web Cam images
Raven Lodge Cam Current Raven Lodge Web Cam images
Hawk Cam Current Whiskey Jack Cam images
Whiskey Jack Cam Current Whiskey Jack Cam images
Grooming Groomed Run Report - updated daily during the winter operating season.
Summit Elevation 1588m (5215 feet)
Vertical Rise 505m (1657 feet)
Average Annual Snowfall 1150cm (38 feet) - 25 year average
Record Snowfall 1920cm (2010-2011)
Winter Season December to April conditions permitting
Alpine Trails 81 runs (14% beginner, 35% intermediate, 36% advanced, 15% expert
Acres of Terrain 1700 +
Lifts 2 high speed chairlifts (1 six pack, and 1 quad), 2 fixed grip quads,1 triple chair, 4 magic carpets
Day Lift Operations 9am - 3:30pm, daily
Night Skiing :Thursday to Sunday & holidays- 3:30pm - 9:00pm
Lift Capacity 13,000 riders/hour
Terrain Parks 2 Terrain parks - The Stomping Ground Terrain Park & Easy Acres Terrain Park
Snow Tubing Lift accessed and night lit
Alpine Lodge "Fresh" Take Out, Ted’s Bar and Grill, Alpine Café, Hungry Marmot Express, Altitude Sport & Gift
Bradley Centre Rentals, Snow School, Mountain Kids, and Mount Washington Learning Centre
Raven Lodge Restaurant, Nordic rentals, lessons, and sport shop.
Alpine Village Ski-in/ski-out accommodation for over 4,000 people

Snowmaking

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