RMOW, Merje, BHA & Knight Signs teamed up this week for an extensive survey exercise of the implementation of the Whistler Wayfinding Strategy 3rd Phase.  BHA has been working on this exciting project since 2014 with Merje, a design firm from Pennsylvania.  The Wayfinding Strategy included comprehensive vehicular signage, pedestrian access, and bike trail signage as well as online and onsite mapping.  The implementation started in 2016 and is in its final stage of completion.

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Whistler Wayfinding
Photo: Merje 2016

We are more than stoked to see an international event coming up at Big White Bike Park!  BHA has been part of the planning of Big White Bike Park since 2015.  Located at the base of Lara’s Gondola, the Slopestyle Pro Course is one of the most exciting new additions to the bike park amenities for 2018.  Planned to be an event hosting and training facility, the Slopestyle Course is one of the few of its kind in North America, offering an awesome opportunity for the development of Slopestyle Mountain Biking.

So far, 23 riders have confirmed their presences at the Big White Invitational on July 4-7 2018, for more information and the schedule:



Big White Invitational Logo
BHA Planning at Big White Bike Park.
Photo: Big White 2018


In the spring of 2018, BHA was selected to developed the Master Plan for Kinosoo Ridge, a ski area located in Cold Lake, Alberta.  As part of the planning exercise, the BHA Team will be leading an exciting series of Open Houses in the Municipal District of Bonnyville on June 19th & 20th 2018.  The community will have the opportunity to give their input on the proposed Master Plan concept for Kinosoo Ridge Snow Resort.

The new Kinosoo Ridge 2018 Master Plan focus on developing an all-season recreation hub unique in the region and possibly turning the resort into a year round destination.

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What better way to celebrate the launch of a new slopestyle course than with a party? Big White will be holding its inaugural invitational slopestyle  event (Big White Invitational) this July 4 – 6. The event, hosted by pro-rider Tom Van Steenbergen, will see 30 of the world’s best riders take on the brand new slopestyle course designed by BHA and built by LOFT Bike Parks (owned by Van Steenbergen). The slopestyle course is comprised of two separate lines, a “gold” and “bronze”, suited to different skill levels, and will act as a qualifying event for Crankworx.

The development of the slopestyle course adds to Big White’s growing reputation as a mountain biking destination. The Big White Bike Park, also designed by BHA, opened last year and will see significant additions this year en route to becoming the mountain biking destination in British Columbia’s Okanagan. You can follow the progress at Bike @ Big White.