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SilverStar Mountain Resort

123 Shortt Street, Silver Star, British Columbia V1B 3M1, Canada
+1 800-663-4431
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Great Hill For Families

After 3 days of hard riding at revelstoke, Silverstar was a great mountain to choose for a... read more

Reviewed 9 January 2017
Toronto, Canada
Great resort

Loved ur time and the all inclusive ski tickets are a bonus, the tubing was hilarious and fun... read more

Reviewed 5 January 2017
Wendy D
Christchurch, New Zealand
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SilverStar Mountain Resort is nestled in B.C.'s spectacular Okanagan Valley, only one hour from Kelowna International Airport (YLW). Skiers and riders come from around the world for the quaint and colourful village, and a vast mountain offering terrain for all. Silver Star offers Canada's only all-inclusive lift ticket and season pass. My1Pass is your ticket to more than 3,000 acres of groomed cruisers and deep powder, Nordic and snow shoe trails, Brewer's Pond and Tube Town. With fine dining, lively bars and unique shopping, SilverStar Mountain Resort is the best winter vacation in B.C.!
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  • Very good25%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“tube town” (20 reviews)
“ice skating” (17 reviews)
“cross country” (12 reviews)
123 Shortt Street, Silver Star, British Columbia V1B 3M1, Canada
+1 800-663-4431
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Reviewed 9 January 2017

After 3 days of hard riding at revelstoke, Silverstar was a great mountain to choose for a leisurely day skiing and boarding. They have a small village at midpoint which is where you actually park. If you are going to grab breakfast or lunch I...More

Thank littleskim
Reviewed 5 January 2017

Loved ur time and the all inclusive ski tickets are a bonus, the tubing was hilarious and fun. really recommend for family and gun skiers alike.

Thank Wendy D
Reviewed 5 January 2017

Our family (incl 3 children aged 12, 10 and 6 years) have holidayed here in winter on 2 occasions, most recently at Christmas and 2017 New Years. Having also been to Whistler and Sun Peaks, Silverstar is the resort that we return to - it...More

Thank Mpk1970
Reviewed 4 January 2017 via mobile

Definitely one of my favorite mountains. It's Whistler for casual people. You are contained in a small village, with easy access to chair lifts. Nice long runs. I am an average snowboarder, and I have fun all day. Friendly staff. It's a bit of a...More

Thank Whozyamama
Reviewed 2 January 2017 via mobile

Coming from Ontario this was my first time skiing (actually snowboarding) a real mountain. It was great - nice long runs, and a fair amount of choice for intermediate riders. This makes it ideal for families in comparison to other mountains like Revelstoke in the...More

Thank SlambertTravels
Reviewed 1 January 2017 via mobile

Great skiing holiday and white Christmas! Lines for ski lifts were not huge, snow was amazing and the après ski activities were all fun!

Thank Renee M
Reviewed 31 December 2016

Short lift line ups on the way up to powdery snow. Lots of mountain to ski too. It can get chilly on the chair lifts so dress warmly. Did I mention the powder?

Thank Sockeyemoon
Reviewed 31 December 2016 via mobile

I've been coming here for 16yrs and this was the worst. Passes went up. I buy a season pass for my wife and I before we come and those went up to. I hear it's because it's an all mountain pass. Well we only down...More

Thank ullr777
SilverStar M, Public Relations Manager at SilverStar Mountain Resort, responded to this reviewResponded 13 January 2017

Good morning, Thank you for your post regarding season passes here at SilverStar. We appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback. We understand the importance of offering competitive pricing as there are so many incredible mountains in BC to choose from and when...More

Reviewed 31 December 2016

The mountain is great for anybody who wants to go play in the snow. The snowboarding is challenging with lots of diverse terrain for all abilities. There are great views, beautiful dry soft snow and people around the hill are generally friendly offering help or...More

1  Thank Vixn P
Reviewed 29 December 2016 via mobile

Our second year at Silverstar and we love it. Every team member you meet has a smile and is genuine in their desire to make your experience an excellent one. Clearly the the management work hard on getting the culture right and it works. There...More

Thank AH3372
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Tammy D
We took our 5 kids to SilverStar a few years ago for our first ski adventure. We had 2 ski lessons, everyone else picked it up fairly well but I was so nervous (and as a result unco) so I spent most of my time on the bunny hill while everyone else took off together each day to discover the mountain. 3 of the kids took me down Silver Queen 3 or 4 times, (I made it off the lift only once without a stack), and was absolutely pooping myself on the way down everytime. Yes I know it's a big wide open slope but to me it looked and felt SO steep. The last day of our 3 week holiday there, the family took me up somewhere higher (no idea where I went) but I took forever to get down and I had to pizza most of the time, I was absolutely flogged! So unfortunately fun wasn't had by all😞 I have seen footage of the peanut trail. Is this a subtle slope, would it be good for someone like me? Or do you allow alternatives to skis and snowboards? I would love to go with the family again to SilverStar but am I destined to be stuck in the coffee shop?
4 November 2017|
Response from Craig C | Reviewed this property |
there are several runs suitable for adult novice skiers - Bergerstrasse, Far Out, Sundance - but the Peanut Run is not. it is a 'blue' narrow trail with many small hills and bumps and much loved by Kamikaze children. no need... More
9 January 2017|
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Response from Enjoy P | Reviewed this property |
If u r inquiring about the snow , there is plenty then . so cold good for ski or snowboarding etc .
Mike P
18 October 2016|
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Response from ErinLG | Reviewed this property |
oh and regarding lodging, we stayed at the Pinnacles and it was well appointed but not luxury fancy. all the hotels listed on the silverstar accommodations website are directly at the mountain resort and walking distance to... More