Big Bam Ski Hill is a volunteer-run community ski hill located on the south side of the community of Taylor in Northern British Columbia, near the city of Fort St. John.

Big Bam Ski Hill was operational until 1997, when a landslide destroyed many of the facilities, including the T-Bar and bunny tow.

Volunteers worked vigorously throughout the summer of 2009 to re-open part of the hill to be ready for skiing and snowboarding during the 2009/2010 winter season. A new tow-lift was installed that is capable of moving over 400 people per hour up the 750-ft tow line to an elevation of 180 feet.

Big Bam Ski Hill is located approximately 4km west of the Alaska Highway 97 near Taylor, approximately 10 miles (16 km) south of Fort St. John in Northern BC. Directions: Down Big Bam Road (south of Taylor Peace River Bridge, passed Peace Island Park).

Big Bam Ski Hill
Big Bam Road
Taylor, BC
Skiable Acreage:
5 hectares (12 acres)
Novice: 60%
Intermediate: 35%
Advanced: 5%
Number of Lifts:
1 Tow Lift
Lift Capacity:
400 skiers per hour
Night Skiing:
Terrain Park:
Nearest Ski Area:
Powder King Mountain Resort
Nearest Towns:
Taylor, Fort St. John
More Information:
Skiing & Winter Activities in Prince George & Northeast BC
Skiing & Winter Activities in Terrace, Smithers & Northwest BC