Announcing the Periodic Table of Ski Areas: British Columbia

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Three years ago, we launched a new print series, the Periodic Table of Ski Resorts, with two prints: Colorado & California. Today, we’re absolutely thrilled to announce a highly requested third print in the series: British Columbia.

Periodic Table of Ski Areas: British Columbia

Some of our customers may have noticed a slight title change on this print and we'd like to explain more. While researching British Columbia’s ski resorts, we noticed that there were several locally run ski areas that would not qualify as a “resort.” Here at Circle Square Diamond, we love our small local ski hills and we know our customers do too.

After a long deliberation, we didn’t think it was right to exclude these smaller areas from the final design just because of their size. Therefore, the decision was made to include municipal and volunteer run ski areas, making this not just a  Periodic Table of Ski Resorts, but a Periodic Table of Ski Areas – and with 39 active ski areas, we believe that this may be the most comprehensive list of active British Columbia ski areas anywhere.  

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About the Series:

The Periodic Table of Ski Resorts/Areas is an “alpine-off-shoot” of one of Steve’s prior works, the Periodic Table of White Mountain 4000-Footers. This particular print series brings a data-oriented approach to different ski regions by packing incredible and extensive detail about each ski area into a beautifully designed 24” x 18” poster.

Each individual box contains information on a particular ski area’s vertical rise, base and summit elevations, average amount of snowfall, trail difficulty, number of runs, number of lifts, and available indicators for night skiing, artificial snowmaking, terrain parks and Nordic (XC) skiing.

The British Columbia print uses current data from the 2018-2019 season and features all major and minor ski areas in British Columbia.

British Columbia on Table

Orange Room British Columbia Print

Periodic Table Whistler Zoomed

The 24” x 18” poster is printed on high quality 10.3mm thick Epson Enhanced Matte Paper using Epson UltraChrome HDR ink-jet technology.

Future Prints:

We want to hear from you! Let us know what state/region you’d like to see us make next. Shoot us an email at or hit us up on Facebook (@circlesquarediamondart) or Instagram (@circlesquarediamond).

About the Artist:

An avid trail runner, cyclist, and skier, Steve Bailey originally hails from New Hampshire but now calls Colorado home. When not outdoors, he enjoys solving problems of visual communication.

About Circle Square Diamond Art:

Since 2012, Circle Square Diamond Art has been creating unique minimalist trail art for skiers, snowboarders and mountain bikers. Circle Square Diamond Art boasts a large collection of over 350 different mountains across 5 different continents, making it one of the best places to get modern “ski-lodge” décor for your home.  

British Columbia Elements print

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