Phoenix Mountain is a community ski hill in the Phoenix Interpretive Forest of the South Okanagan of British Columbia, run by the Phoenix Alpine Ski Society.

Phoenix Mountain is a regular destination for local ski and board enthusiasts alike during its winter months. Phoenix provides terrain for all skill levels ranging from beginner to advanced. Our unique community atmosphere is always welcoming and inviting so come on up for a weekend and experience “the best little mountain in BC”!

Phoenix Mountain is located north of the British Columbia/Washington border between the southern Okanagan towns of Greenwood (7 miles/11 km to the east) and Grand Forks, 19 miles/30 km to the west. From Vancouver, take Highway 3 east through Princeton and Osoyoos. Turn east on Phoenix Road just before Greenwood and follow the road to the Ski Hill.

Phoenix Alpine Ski Society
Box 2428, Grand Forks, BC, V0H 1H0
Snow Phone:
December to late March
Lift Hours:
9:30 am to 3:30 pm, Friday through Tuesday
6:30 pm – 9:30 pm, Thursday (Night Skiing)
Annual Snowfall:
9 m (29 ft)
Vertical Drop:
244 m (800 ft)
Base Elevation:
1,219 m (4,000 ft)
Top Elevation:
1,463 m (4,800 ft)
Skiable Acreage:
60 hectares (150 acres)
Number of Trails:
11, Longest run 1 mile (1.6 km)
Novice: 20%
Intermediate: 50%
Advanced: 30%
Number of Lifts:
2 – T-bar and Rope Tow
Lift Capacity:
2,000 skiers per hour
Night Skiing:
Yes, there is an extensive network of 10 km of cross-country trails at Marshall Lake located above the downhill ski area.
Terrain Park:
Resort Services:
Day chalet, licensed cafeteria, ski & snowboard rentals, ski school offering group or private Lessons
Nearest Ski Areas:
Mount Baldy and Red Resort
Nearest Towns:
Grand Forks and Greenwood
More Information:
Skiing & Winter Activities in the North Thompson & Nicola Valley
Skiing & Winter Activities in Okanagan, Similkameen & Shuswap Lake