The Story

From humble beginnings as a local ski hill back in 1958 Silver Star Mountain Resort has evolved into a world class winter holiday destination.

Renowned for amazing light dry snow and crowned as one of Canada's favorite family resorts guests visit from around the world continue to experience our quaint and very colorful resort village.
 
In fact, the village architecture splashed with vibrant colors are one of the first things you will notice about Silver Star and one of the memories that will stay with you for years to come.
 
Themed after an early 1900's mining town, the bars, restaurants and shops that make up the charming main street is where you will find long time residents and local characters that help give Silver Star it's safe, homey community feel. Just ask, and you'll find these same locals are willing to share their secrets that have kept them calling Silver Star home for so long.
 
Located high above British Columbia's Okanagan Valley Silver Star is a destination all about families and has something for everyone in the full spectrum of winter enthusiasts. With over 3000 acres of skiiable terrain and 115 runs spread over 3 mountain faces the variety of terrain is second to none. Long, perfectly groomed cruisers, steep powder filled chutes on the 'back side', terrain park and long winch cat black diamond runs keep skiers and boarders entertained.
 
Access to over 100km's of Nordic trails groomed daily is also right outside your door, along with snowshoeing, tubing, skating, snowmobiling, horse drawn sleigh rides and countless other magical winter experiences.
 
When your legs give out, simply ski back to your door as all our accommodation in the village is linked by the modern lift system and is ski-in ski-out.  Soak in your private hot tub overlooking the Monashee mountain range, spend some quality time at family games night or enjoy one of our many dining options before settling in for the night dreaming of tommorrow.
 
One visit to Silver Star and you'll understand why so many people love to call it 'my mountain'.