Master plan and schematic design for a 6,000 hectare expansion of the Hemlock ski resort.
Hemlock Resort is a small ski resort perched high above Harrison Lake in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia. Serviced by four ski lifts on a diverse range of terrain and consistently reliable snowfalls, the skiing offered is one of the best kept secrets in the BC Lower Mainland. Its base area is made up of a day lodge and parking lots, flanked by a quaint alpine community comprised of cabins, townhouses and condominiums. It is primarily winter oriented with the predominate activity being lift-serviced alpine skiing and snowboarding. In addition, the area has cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, tobogganing and a tube park.
This Master Plan delineates an exciting opportunity for Hemlock Resort to significantly improve the quality of their overall mountain resort experience. The proposed development area is massive at 6,000 hectares and will extend the existing Hemlock ski resort to the western shores of Harrison Lake. In addition to the new mountains opened to skiing and a web of ski lifts, there are plans for a marina, hotels, golf courses, riding stables, zip lines and more.