Mt. Baldy Travel Guide

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Mt. Baldy Travel Guide

Mt. Baldy Ski Resort

  • Nearest town: Oliver
  • Resort Altitude (metres): 1731m
  • Ski Season: December - March
  • Mountain Range: Okanagan
  • Number of Lifts: 4
  • Highest Lift (metres): 2309m
  • Lowest Lift (metres): 1731m
  • Number of Slopes: 26
  • Snowboarding: Yes, one.
  • Cross Country (km): 15km

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General information

Visit the Oliver museum and sense the life of the early days of the area, from fur traders to gold miners, farming and now the vineyards. See the old Fairview jail, built in the late 1800's and enjoy the exhibits of mining and agricultural equipment used through the ages. For those who still have energy after the slopes, go on the Heritage walk and see the sights of places like the Oliver Theatre, St Edward the Confessor Anglican Church built in 1950 and view the oldest church in the area, the United Church.

  • Languages: EnglishFrench.
  • Temperatures: 48.4F
  • Driving: Drivers drive on the right-hand side of the road
  • Emergency contact numbers: All Emergencies 911
  • Religion: 45% Roman Catholic36% Protestant
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Apres-ski

There are no lodgings at the resort, so nightlife tends to be quiet, with only a day lodge, providing a café and pub. Most lodgings is at the nearby Okanagon Falls.

Overview

Situated in the Boundary - Kootenay region of British Columbia and is only minutes away from the communities of Oliver, Osoyoos and Pentiation. The resort is located in the heart of Desert wine Country and it is known for its excellent wine, superb golf and excellent skiing. Mt Baldy has a relaxed pace, family-friendly atmosphere which can all be enjoyed in one of the village cabins.

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