Hemlock Resort is a small ski resort located in the Douglas Ranges near Chehalis, British Columbia, Canada, between the towns of Mission and Agassiz.
Previously Known as Hemlock Valley Resort the resort closed due to bankruptcy receivership in 2005. In 2006, the resort was purchased by Berezan Hospitality group and reopened in December 2006. Shortly thereafter the resort started negotiations with local First Nations and the province of BC for a substantial expansion that would see the resort become the largest resort facility in the Lower Mainland of BC.
The resort proposal includes ski area expansion to 18 lift-serviced areas, 2 golf courses, a marina on Harrison Lake and associated residential and commercial development. The plan was in the final stages of approval and a formal agreement was expected to be announced in 2014. The resort did not open in the 2014/2015 season, due to a lack of snow.
Average annual snowfall at Hemlock Valley is 30-35 ft. The vertical drop is 396 m (1,300 ft) from a summit elevation of 1,371 m (4,500 ft) to a base elevation of 975m (3,300 ft). The area comprises 121 hectares (300 acres) and has 34 runs, the longest of which is 1.4 miles (2.3 km). The area has four lifts - one triple chair, two double chairs and a beginner rope tow, and features night skiing and 13 kilometres of cross-country skiing trails as well as tubing and tobogganing areas.
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