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SilverStar Mountain Resort

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SilverStar Mountain Resort

Think of SilverStar as a big mountain with a small-town feel. A colourful mid-mountain village offers true ski-in/ski-out access to the slopes. Canada’s first all-inclusive lift ticket provides access to numerous activities—including 55 kilometres (34 miles) of stellar Nordic trails—for one price.

With four distinct mountain faces and 132 runs, SilverStar’s progressive terrain is ideal for learning. For the more adventurous, the back side of the mountain offers an uncrowded paradise of over 760 hectares (1,900 acres) of steep and deep, black and double-black runs.

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Resort Details

  • Terrain 1,328ha/3,282ac
  • Elevation 1,915m/6,280ft
  • Annual Snowfall 701cm/276in
  • Vertical 760m/2,493ft
  • Lifts/Runs 11/132
  • Longest Run 8km/5mi
  • Nearest Airport Kelowna International Airport

Difficulty

  • Beginner 15%
  • Intermediate 40%
  • Advanced 45%

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Most Recent Travelers Reviews
  • Apr 5, 2019: “Silver Star offers an Excellent range of ski runs and variety of terrain for winter. A good mix of restaurants, accom at various budgets, and a good variety of organised events with something for most everyone. I arrived in January to stay till the end, and experienced some excellent conditions and long days of very enjoyable skiing. The attracted crowds are generally quite friendly, so travelling solo was not an issue. I easily found new ski friends and enjoyed many social outings. The local town Vernon is less than a half hour away, with most everything you could want, and then about an hour away from Kelowna Airport. I also highly recommend using Silverstar VIP Mountain Driver as your personal driver for airport transfers and more. Fabulous service, great people, and very reasonably priced. Sooo much better than the airport shuttlebus.” 0
  • Apr 5, 2019: “Went here with the family over spring break. Apparently there were a number of small slides the day before, one of which badly injured a guy on the Putnam Creek side (found this out days later in the news - no warnings given when we purchased tickets). So I fully understand them closing the back side and all the black diamond runs for everyone's safety. But when we go to purchase tickets - SAY SOMETHING!! And maybe don't charge full price since half your mountain is down and several lifts aren't operating. Disappointed to say the least.” 1
  • Mar 29, 2019: “We stayed at SilverStar in the Snow Bird Lodge for three nights in November for a XC ski camp. We were impressed by the ease of getting around the friendly staff and the fantastic views. If you are an XC skier the best trails are down at Soveriegn Lake Nordic which is part of their trail system. Buy a joint pass for both areas and you’ll have an amazing time. Oh, and I’m told the downhill skiing is great as well.” 2

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