SilverStar, close to Kelowna International Airport offers arguably the most charming village in all of Canada. The quaint colourful buildings dot the landscape and offer a view that looks like it’s straight from a postcard. The little pedestrian village offers ski in/out convenience and a decent variation of eateries. SilverStar is mostly popular with families with its magical vibe, and fairy light covered village. There are a few bars to enjoy, but this resort is not renown for it’s nightlife. Although the resort tends to attract families, there is a wide range of terrain to suit all abilities. There is 3,282 acres of terrain, and 132 marked runs to keep everyone entertained.
SilverStar AccommodationThe charming village of SilverStar is full of quaint colourful buildings and offers ski-in ski-out accommodation. Here are some of our top recommendations for your next SilverStar holiday.
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SilverStarThere are a few different options for getting to SilverStar. Find out which option is best for you.
SilverStar Trail MapsSilverStar offers a great amount of terrain with 3,282 acres and 132 marked runs to be explored. There is terrain to suit all ability levels (15% beginner, 40% intermediate, 45% advanced/expert).
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