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Silver Star and Sun Peaks offer combo deal

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June 05, 2019 - 9:04 AM

KELOWNA - All winter alpine season pass holders from Sun Peaks Resort and SilverStar Mountain Resort receive two free days skiing or snowboarding at the affiliate resort, starting next season.

Additionally, summer bike park season pass holders from each resort will receive one free day of mountain biking at the other respective bike park. Once these free days have been utilized, pass holders will continue to receive 25 per cent off lift tickets for the remainder of each season. Limited blackout dates will apply.

"Providing more value and opening up new experiences for our season pass holders is a key benefit of this exciting new initiative with our friends at SilverStar," said Aidan Kelly, Chief Marketing Officer at Sun Peaks Resort, in a press release.

Both resorts are world-class destinations that provide some of the largest and most diverse ski terrain in the industry, with Sun Peaks being Canada’s second largest ski area and SilverStar boasting British Columbia’s third largest ski area. Combined, the resorts have 7,552 acres of skiable terrain.

This summer, Sun Peaks is celebrating its 20th anniversary of bike park operations while Silver Star is well known as one of the most progressive bike parks in the entire industry.

The new program will apply to the summer 2019 and winter 2019/20 seasons. Summer passes are currently on sale for both destinations. Winter passes are now available for Sun Peaks and will go on sale for SilverStar as of June 15. For more information on Sun Peaks Resort, visit www.sunpeaksresort.com. For additional details on SilverStar Mountain Resort, please visit www.skisilverstar.com.


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