No– we’re not talking about Sun Valley.
Just one of the many Baldy’s across North America, Mount Baldy near South Okanagan, British Columbia is under new ownership and the small ski area known for good snow is starting to find its way back into business.
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According to CBC News, the BC Supreme Court approved the sale of the resort to a group of investors from British Columbia yesterday. That sale is giving some locals hope that the quant ski area will be up and running this winter. Resort officials confirmed that opening the ski area in time for winter remains their main goal moving forward.
Annual Snowfall – 256″
Vertical Drop – 1,293
Skiable Terrain – 500 acres
Trails – 22
Lifts – 3
Find the entire CBC article here: Mount Baldy Ski Resort sold to new owners, reopening this winter