Silver Star Airport Shuttle

Shuttles to and from the Kelowna International Airport to Big White Ski Resort and Silver Star Ski Resort operate daily throughout the 2019/2020 ski/board season.

Rates: One-Way: Return:
1 guest: $231.48 $308.64
2 guests: $162.03 $216.04
3 guests: $115.74 $154.32
4 guests or more: $92.60 $123.45

 *taxes included.

Pricing is per person and includes an allowance for, 1 carry-on, 1 suitcase and 1 set of ski or board equipment per person and an optional 1 hour Grocery and Liquor stop. Stock up for your trip while avoiding the high prices and long walks at the resort.

Grocery and liquor pre-order available. Save time getting to the mountain.

Grocery and liquor stop locations are predetermined. Stops that go over 1-hour may be subject to additional charges.

Private Shuttle and VIP, Private Luxury SUV upgrades are available during checkout.

Wheelchair accessible vehicles available on request.

Minimum 24 Hour advance booking is required.

Gratuities not included.

Fido Friendly

Book online below

or for more information, please call toll free 1-855-717-8452.

Or email [email protected]

One Way and Return Shuttle Transportation to Silver Star Ski Resort from Kelowna International Airport (YLW)

Sights to experience on the way to Silver Star.

We will exit the Airport and turn North up Hwy 97, where you will have spectacular views off the left side of the shuttle.

In just a couple minutes, the first view is that of Ellison Lake (AKA Duck Lake).

Ellison Lake is a popular Large Mouth Bass fishing lake in the winter and spring months.

Highway 97 / Route 97

The Silver Star Airport Shuttle will take you North, up Highway 97 which is the longest continuously numbered route in BC, (and the longest provincial highway in any province), running 2,081 km (1,293 mi) from the Canada–United States border near Osoyoos in the south to the British Columbia/Yukon boundary in the north at Watson Lake, Yukon. The route takes its number from U.S. Route 97, with which it connects at the international border.

Wood Lake

A lake in a chain of five major lakes which occupies portions of the Okanagan Valley The lakes of the Okanagan Valley were formed about 8900 years ago. Wood Lake is immediately south of Kalamalka Lake and in 1908 was connected to it by a dredged channel (the Oyama canal). Situated between Oyama and Winfield, it has a solid reputation for rainbow trout fishing. The lake is named after Tom Wood, who settled on the south end of the lake around 1860.

The dry climate and suitable soil has encouraged development of a substantial tree fruit industry around the lake and throughout the valley. The upper watershed is heavily forested and has been logged for several decades. The lower elevation of the watershed is described as a Ponderosa pine/bunchgrass area.

Kalamalka Lake

This large lake is approximately 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) south of Vernon. It’s named for the Okanagan Indian chief who occupied its northern shores.

At different times of the year the colour of the lake can range from cyan to indigo, in different spots at the same time, earning the lake the moniker “lake of a thousand colors”, and landing it at #3 Most Beautiful Lakes in the world by National Geographic. The colour of the water is derived from light scattering, caused by the precipitation of calcite(CaCO3).

The lake is popular for beach goers, water sports entusiasts and is also world famous for Kokanee Salmon Fishing.

Silver Star

40 minutes from the airport, we’ll arrive at our grocery stop in Vernon, then head South on 48th Avenue/Silver Star Road. 20 minutes later, we’re here.

Welcome to Silver Star Resort.