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Night Skiing

Night Skiing

Ski under the stars at SilverStar

When the sun goes down the lights come on at SilverStar. Night skiing will run from December 22, 2017 - March 31, 2018, every Friday and Saturday night, 3:30 pm - 8:30 pm. We provide groomed and lit trails accessed by the Gondola, Silver Queen Chairs and  "The Zone" Magic Wonder Carpet. 

$10 Night Ski Specials Return January 12!

Prices:

  • $10 Lift Tickets
  • $10 Mini Z's - 5 laps for $10 (valiid during night ski times only)
  • Rental Deals
    • $20 High Performance - Skis or Snowboard (No Helmet)
    • $10 Regular - Skis or Snowboard (No Helmet)
    • $10 XC Skis or Snowshoes
    • $7 Poles Only
    • $4 Helmet Only, and $10 Clothing (per Piece)
    • NOTE: No discounts for Season Pass Holders. Does not include Damage Waiver or Taxes. No Fat Bike discounts.
 

Lessons:

Night Ski Lessons

Group Lessons

Details:

  • Ages: From Ages 7 and up.
  • Levels: The groups are split into 2 levels; beginner and intermediate, all ages are mixed.
  • Location: Beginner lessons will take place on The Discovery Park Wonder Carpet and the Intermediate lessons on Milky Way
  • Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm (1 hour)
 

Price: Beginner Group Lessons are $12 plus tax. All other groups are $22 plus tax.

* If requiring rental equipment, allow 1.5 hours before lesson.
* Advance bookings are strongly recommended.

Private Lessons:

One hour private lessons are available at a cost of $54 (additional person $22) plus tax.

  • Time: 4:00pm - 5:00pm (1 hour)

Advance bookings strongly recommended.

CONTACT US

Location: Snowsport School Desk, Main St Boardwalk
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm 7 days a week
Phone: 1-866-558-2112 Toll free in North America
Phone (250) 558-6065 

Email:  [email protected]

Some Helpful Tips For Night Skiing

  1. Renting Equipment? Start to finish, you'll need about 45 minutes to get your rentals sorted. Don't forget you'll need to bring a credit card and photo IDto complete your rentals transaction.
  2. Dress Warm! It cools off at night as the temperature drops when the sun goes down. Bring plenty of layers and don't forget your waterproof outer layer -- it's always better to be overdressed than underdressed. 
  3. Road Conditions: Slow down and give yourself some extra time for the trip. Take into account reduced visibility and changing road conditions. We want you to get here safely!

Quick Links

 

For more information contact:
Phone: Info Desk (250) 558-6019
Email: [email protected]