Mount Washington is home to one of the most spectacular coastal alpine settings in North America. With the Pacific Ocean as a backdrop on one side and scenic Strathcona Park bordering the other, we're a sought after media location. From travel writers to cinematographers, Mount Washington offers a pristine environment for shooting your next segment or writing your next story.
In winter, Mount Washington receives a legendary 10.5 metres of annual snowfall. The resort is acknowledged as the home of Canada's deepest pile, however, it's not all about the snow! In summer, the mountain and surrounding resort community transforms itself into a major destination for hikers and summer alpine enthusiasts.
What is the best way to experience Mount Washington Alpine Resort? If you decide to head up this way, just let us know. With a little heads up of your arrival, we can ensure that your stay at the mountain exceeds your expectations!
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Mount Washington extends ski season > After experiencing record drought over the last few months, three weeks into the launch of Winter 2.0 Mount Washington is in the middle of a serious winter weather blast boasting over 190 cm of snow and some epic power days...more
Mountain with the X-Factor > Excellent as Canada and its skiing is, by the time you reach the waterfront at Vancouver you’ve exhausted the possibilities, surely. How much further west can you go? Next stop Japan? Not a bit of it...more
Vancouver Island bound: Getting there is half the adventure > “Life’s a journey, not a destination” is a quote you’ve heard more than a few times. Penned by 19th century American poet Ralph Waldo Emerson, it’s gospel in my travels...more
Families and new skiers score big at Mount Washington > I turn to Steph, my fiance, as we step onto the covered Magic Carpet and begin our ascent up Mount Washington's Green Acres learning area. "Well, you said you wanted to get the whole experience of the mountain," she says as she laughs at my obvious discomfort with being on the carpets...more
More Powder to the People > The scene in front of me pretty much summed it up: Snow ghosts donned thick white cloaks, artistic proof of the recent storms that had passed over the mountain. In the foreground, a smiling skier wore a frost-adorned Cowichan sweater...more