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3 cm New Snow past 24 hours

6 cm New Snow past 7 days

241 cm Alpine Base



Triple Chair Closed for the season

The Triple Chair will be closed for the rest of the season as of today (Monday March 31st).
The High Speed Detachable Quad is running everyday until closing, and we will be opening the T-Bar on Saturday April 5th and Sunday April 6th..
A 25% discount will be offered for the remainder of the season on full day and half day lift tickets.
The High Speed Detachable Quad chair which allows riders to access over 80% of the terrain will be operating as usual from 9 to 3:30 as well as the Magic Carpet lift.
The last day of operation for the 2013/14 season will be April 6th.


2014 Canadian Nationals

March 26th-30st
Don’t miss the perfect opportunity to see the Worlds Best. Come on up to Apex Mountain and see Alex Bilodeau, Mikael Kingsbury and Justine and Chloe Dufour-Lapointe up close.
Apex Mountain Resort is hosting one final event for 2014 in welcoming the best that Canada has to offer at the Senior National Championships. Single Mogul competition on Saturday March 29 and the head to head dual completion runs on Sunday March 30th.
The event is free, just a short walk from the main Village. Come cheer on your favorite athletes.


304 foot rail!

Our 304 foot rail is now finished and OPEN! It is now open for public to attempt the rail slide! We are having an unofficial Rail Slide event Saturday March 22nd on the bunny hill!

The World’s Longest Rail Slide at Apex Mountain Resort.  Break the World Record this Saturday from 12:30 to 2:30.   Current World Record Snowboard Rail Slide 258 feet. Current World Record Ski Rail Slide 241 feet.  Register at the Administration Office at Apex Mountain Resort and claim the title. There will be cash prizes for longest slide on skis and board!

PLEASE NOTE: For safety helmets are mandatory while sliding the rail



Photo: The World's Longest Rail Slide at Apex Mountain Resort.  Break the World Record this Saturday from 12:30 to 2:30.   Current World Record Snowboard Rail Slide 258 feet. Current World Record Ski Rail Slide 241 feet.  Register at the Administration Office at Apex Mountain Resort and claim the title!


March Meltdown Weekend!

For the first week of Spring Break come help Apex Kick it off right for our March Meltdown Weekend! We have tons of fun events, for everyone and to keep you all busy for the entire weekend. March 14th & 15th.

FRIDAY NIGHT (March 14th)

5:00 pm come on out for music, prizes and some awesome competitions! Join Freeride for a Rail jam in the village!

9:00 pm Followed by a Funk Soul Reggae band out of Vancouver playing in the Gunbarrel Saloon ! Buy tickets in advance through Scoob at 250-770-0158.

SATURDAY (March 15th)

Pentagon presents Style of man  dead to head TT slalom race. $20 entry fee, practice opens at 10:30 am  Race at 12:00 pm. Judged by style and speed. Sponsored by Electric California. Big prizes to be won!


9:00 pm Live music in the Gunbarrel Saloon! Come on out for Towers and Trees as they play the night away. $5 at the door!






80 cm’s and counting this week!!!

Add another 40 cm’s on top of the 50 cm’s below and conditions are truly amazing!  It’s still snowing (Sunday night) and it has been snowing for the past three days straight.  More snow in the forecast means fresh tracks all day long with mid week riding coming up.  Epic conditions are only getting better every day!!


Posted Feb 18th below.

“Best day of the season so far” comments James Shalman, General Manager at Apex Mountain Resort, “we’ve had over 50 cm’s in the last 4 days and yesterday (Feb 17th) was amazing.  I was in the office till 1:30 pm before I was able to get out with a camera and there were fresh tracks to be found everywhere!  That’s what I love about this mountain you can get out in the afternoon and still get unbelievable conditions, there were face shots right till last ride up the lift.  Today the skies have parted and it’s going to be another photo op day with a lot more snow in the forecast tonight and tomorrow.  We had a bit of a slow start to winter, but mother nature is making up for it now.  There’s another 30 to 40 cm’s in the forecast over the next few days”.