Skiing & Snowboarding
Skiing (Canadian Tourism Commission photo)
Excellent snow conditions, awesome slopes and two terrain parks bring skiers and snowboarders to Apex Mountain Resort just 35 minutes outside Penticton.
Numerous national aerial and mogul teams choose Apex for training and the resort regularly hosts World Cup and NorAm events. Apex has been recognized by Ski Canada Magazine with a variety of awards including Best Steeps, Best Grooming and Best Small Destination Resort.
With the combination of 600cm/20ft average annual snowfall and very low humidity, Apex is known for its light champagne powder. Expect comfortable skiing from early December to April with temperatures averaging around -4°C/25°F.
Apex Mountain Terrain
Descend forest glades, wide-open cruisers or chutes so steep that even advanced skiers and boarders think twice before dropping into them. The 450ha/1,112ac of terrain includes 73 marked downhill trails with a maximum vertical of 610m/2,000ft. The longest run is 5km/3mi. Some 64 per cent of the runs are rated blue or green with an area set aside for beginners.
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Apex Mountain Resort, British Columbia
Apex is a full-service, destination resort with quality snow, great weather, incredible terrain & friendly people. Located in the heart of the Okanagan Valley, just 30 minutes from Penticton, Apex remains one of the hidden gems of BC.
Experience awesome terrain from the smoothest of cruisers to the steepest of chutes & 3 terrain parks. With an average temperature of -4 C, Apex receives about 600 cm of dry "Okanagan" powder each season. We have the widest variety of trails for any skill level and offer a great ski in/ski out village, including restaurants & après ski bars, all within a snowball's throw of each other.
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