SilverStar's quaint alpine village, great customer service, and unique sense of community have made it a favourite among Skican customers for over 30 years. It’s no wonder SilverStar was recently awarded "One of North America’s Favourite Ski Resorts". From terrain parks to skating rinks, tubing to world-class cross-country trails, this resort manages to offer everything you could want from a ski vacation while preserving its charming, small-town vibe.
SilverStar is located in the Okanagan Valley of interior B.C., outside the town of Vernon and just an hour from Kelowna Airport. The mid-mountain village of SilverStar is entirely ski-in ski-out and features a wide range of restaurants and amenities to keep you busy during your stay. The mountain offers a variety of terrain for the whole family, including a more challenging section of the mountain, where you can find many expert runs.
Congratulations on selecting SilverStar as your Skican vacation destination! Although SilverStar is best known for its terrific skiing/riding, the area offers plenty of additional activities for you to enjoy during your stay.
SilverStar Mountain is a world-class cross-country ski destination. The resort has access to over 100km of trails that feature peaceful forest terrain, as well as challenging climbs and exciting descents!
SilverStar has a variety of trails for beginner and expert snowshoers alike. In addition, snowshoe tours are available through Silver Star that feature guided backcountry adventures in the safe confines of the resort!
SilverStar’s Tube Town is lift accessible, which means you don’t have to climb to reach the top of the track.
The indoor climbing wall is fun and challenging for all ages. The wall is nineteen meters wide and seven meters high. It offers varying degrees of difficulty, two chimneys, and a bouldering cave. Equipment rentals and instruction are available
Ice Skating at Brewer’s Pond is a wonderful experience for the whole family. Skates can be rented at the Tube Town ticket office.
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"I would be hard-pressed to find ways to improve the trip. Creating opportunities for the group to get together outside of skiing, I think, was critical to the success. These gatherings created an opportunity for people to bond." - Garrett G