Looking to enjoy some night skiing this winter? BC is home to many beautiful mountain resorts with well-lit ski trails to explore, from Big White to Kimberley. So with that in mind, here are some of the best places to go night skiing in BC this winter.

Big White Ski Resort


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From January 9th to March 30th, skiers at Big White can ski under bright lights and twinkling stars at the largest night skiing area in Western Canada, which consists of 38 acres.

Where: Big White Ski Resort, BC

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Kimberley Alpine Resort

BC happens to be home to the longest-lit night-skiing run in North America, and it’s situated at the Kimberley Alpine Resort.

Receiving an average snowfall of 13 feet in a season, the small town of Kimberley attracts a wide range of skiers and snow enthusiasts from across the globe, all of whom get to enjoy 80 designated runs and a variety of ski-in and ski-out accommodations.

And for the beginners out there – there’s a newly enhanced beginner’s area with enjoyable intermediate trails and glades to explore.

Where: Kimberley, BC

RED Mountain Resort 

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Every Thursday night from 6 to 9 pm in January and February, RED Mountain Resort is open to night skiers, who have access to Rafters and Sourdough if you’re in need of a snack or beverage to refuel in the evening.

Where: 4300 Red Mountain Road, Rossland

So there you have it, skiers! Time to hit those starry slopes this winter.