VIDEO: Skiers rejoice over fresh powder

Check out this video of the latest snowfall for SilverStar Mountain.

While all this white stuff might be causing problems for residents on roads, or sidewalks but those who enjoy the mountain life are rejoicing over the recent snow storm.

At SilverStar Mountain Resort skiers are enjoying a 180 centimetre snow base, including 7 cm more in the last 24 hours.

With more flurries expected over the weekend, the SilverStar will be the place to be if you enjoy hitting the fresh powder.

If you want to know what that will look like check out this video Brody Jones Cinema captured Thursday over on Putnam.

Brody Jones is a local filmmaker in the Okanagan.

On Family Day (Feb. 13) All B.C. residents will get 50 per cent off an all day My1Pass, Silver Star Only Nordic Passes, Tubing, and Skating.  Plus 50 per cent group lessons at Silver Star.

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