SilverStar Mountain Resort – An Uncrowded Powder Paradise
British Columbia is the home to 13 major ski resorts and part of the British Columbia’s Monashee mountain range is Silverstar Resort, a mountain resort like no other.
Silverstar is a big mountain, only 1 hour from Kelowna Airport with a small unique town feel with Ski in Ski out access to the slopes.
The mid mountain village is indeed a colourful one, and some days it is like Disney in the snow. The village is home to around 20 restaurants, a variety of shops and the famous horse drawn sleigh which departs most evenings from the centre of the village for a truly unique Canadian mountain dining experience.
Silverstar’s progressive terrain is ideal for beginners, those learning to carve and looking to upskill their skiing and snowboarding. With 40% of the mountain suitable for low to high level intermediates and 40% advanced there is a range of terrain to suit varied abilities. There would want to be as 1900 acres of ski terrain is plenty to explore, and well known to be an uncrowded powder paradise. Think you are fit? Well, be sure to test out the longest ski run at 8km without stopping.
On the Silverstar exclusive ‘My1 Pass’ you can access far more than just the slopes. The lift pass in conjunction with valid accommodation packages you also get access to Canada’s largest cross-country network, plus snowshoeing, fat biking, ice skating and tubing.
Although it feels like Christmas in the snow most days in the season, Silverstar celebrate Christmas in style with 12 days of holiday festivities from mid-December to New Year’s Eve. Christmas feasts, meeting Santa and his elves, snow cat dinners and craft markets are all part of the festivities topped off by a spectacular fireworks display. Silverstar is the place to be for a White Christmas and to bring in the New Year!
With only nine on-mountain hotels & condos, your accommodation does need to be booked in advance to secure your preferred location, lodging choice and travel dates. Ask Snowscene when the Early Birds are released for Canadian SilverStar mountain holidays.