Become an instructor in Mount Washington

Built to shred

The Destination

 

With 81 different slopes, 2 fun parks and night skiing, Mount Washington offers true quality skiing in Canada. Mount Washington is also local. Really local. In this sense it gives you the chance to immerse yourself in Canadian culture, with a ski school that prides itself on building a strong community. With skiing possibilities both day and night, Mount Washington attracts devoted skiers and families looking to challenge themselves and enjoy the friendly service Canadians are well-known for. They really make you feel at home, and you can expect to be treated as part of the Mount Washington family.

 

 

The Instructor Life


As one instructor Frederik says about Mount Washington, “We’re not here to dance. We’re here to ski!”.  If that sounds like your style, then Mount Washington may be the place for you. The local town of Courtney is where you will find the most active after ski life, with several bars and restaurants.

 

Among other things, you can also explore the island of Victoria or take the microphone and light up a karaoke solo after a solid week of skiing. If nature is your thing, you also in luck. Mount Washington State Park and Glen Ellis Falls are also nearby to hike and explore during your free time. The choice is yours.

 

Facts

 

  • 81 different slopes
  • 8 lifts
  • 1105 m til 1588 m
  • Resort Size: 1,600 acres of terrain
  • 60 marked runs and acres of glades
  • Longest run: Linton’s Loop (1.9 km)
  • 10.5 metres (35 ft), Record 2010/2011 – 1,840 cm (over 60 feet!)
  • 2 fun parks (The Stomping Ground is one of BC’s premier terrain parks, featuring jumps, hips, step-ups, as well as a sumptuous smorgasboard of street-style rails and fun boxes.)
  • Night skiing (3:30pm – 10pm, Thursday to Sunday, and Holidays)
  • 450 km from Vancouver