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Everything You Need to Know About SilverStar

Champagne powder and varied terrain attract every kind of skier to BC’s third largest ski area, with over 3,269 skiable acres. The colourful mid-mountain village offers true ski-in, ski-out access to the slopes, and Canada’s first all-inclusive lift ticket provides affordable, family-friendly fun for guests. With four distinct mountain faces and 132 runs, the progressive terrain is perfect for learning. For the more adventurous, the backside of the mountain is an uncrowded paradise of over 1,900 acres of steep and deep, black and double black diamond runs.

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SilverStar village is a chocolate-box cute approximation of a ye-olde British Columbian mining town framed by the stunning Canadian Rockies. It’s all pillbox reds and sunflower yellows and saloon-style architecture rendered in hyper-colour against a cornflower blue sky. Although this can’t be true, in my memory the sun always shines in SilverStar. I know it can’t be true because the resort has some of the best natural snow going, over 700cm annually actually, but it seems SilverStar has contrived to receive most of its snow at night – clever.

SilverStar, BC


SilverStar Mountain Resort is located 55 minutes North of Kelowna International Airport (YLW). Indeed this makes SilverStar the closest Western Canadian Resort from Toronto and many other Canadian & US cities! With Kelowna International Airport’s Runway Extension it is easier than ever to get there, more planes, more capacity, more direct routes, less hassle, more time for fun! Kelowna International Airport is serviced by many of the top Canadian and American airlines — Air Canada, Air North, Jazz, WestJet, United Airlines and Alaska Air.

Fly Westjet with direct flights from many Canadian centres.

Air Canada/Jazz have non-stop flights into Kelowna from Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Toronto plus easy access through all of these gateways.

Air North now offers direct flights to Kelowna from Whitehorse on Thursdays and Sundays

Alaska Airlines have 3 flights daily on their comfortable Q400’s from Seattle into Kelowna with connections from all Alaska Airlines/Horizon Air gateways

Short, daily direct flights from Vancouver allow for quick and convenient connections for our overseas guests. Daily non-stop flights into Kelowna are also available from Toronto, Ottawa, Victoria, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Whitehorse, Seattle, San Fransisco, Las Vegas as well as Puerto Vallarta, Los Cabos and even Cancun Mexico.


SilverStar offers up a variety of accommodation options from condos, lodges to ski-in ski-out hotels. Many of which are striking in terms of their appearance and colourful exteriors!

Chalets at SilverStar Mountain Resort with the Monashee Mountains in the distance.

Restaurants and Après

SilverStar is a fairly sedate mountain resort, which can either be a very good thing or a bad thing, depending on what you’re after! Much of SilverStars accommodation’s are entirely self-sufficient so you find many visitors don’t eat out.

Non Skiing Activities

Do it all at Silver Star. You can experience activities such as: rock climbing, horse sleigh rides, ice skating, snowmobile tours, snowshoe tours and more.

Ice Skating in SilverStar

If you like the sound of SilverStar and want to visit it yourself then click here to see our latest packages or here to make an enquiry for a quote.

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