Exciting new neighbourhood on Silver Star Mountain!


Many beautiful homes already built! The Ridge is a fee simple development. Phase two is made up of duplex lots which allows the owner to build a duplex, single family home or home with suite. Skiers and boarders alike are enjoying ski to and from access to the Ridge, via the Ridge Run, Lonestar skier underpass, the Split Decision skier overpass, the Bus Runs and Criss Cross offer easy access trails to both Silver Star Road bridges. There is good access to cross country skiing at both Silver Star and Sovereign Lake Cross country ski areas.

People who are interested in building in The Ridge and would like to know where the buildable area of particular lots are, with the given set backs and charges, can have this lot plan created by Jason Shortt.

Contact - Jason Shortt (250) 545-0511 or Email: jrshortt@telus.net

Phase Three has five duplex lots, a townhome, and an apartment site. There are no plans at this time to bring these properties to market.


A true ‘ski to and from’ destination, the Ridge can be accessed by three chairlifts: the Comet Six Pack, the Summit Chair, and the Alpine Meadows Chair. The Alpine Meadows Chair goes to the top of the Attridge runs above the Ridge subdivision. The new Silver Queen Chairlift has the top terminal in the same general location, and has the base moved substantially closer to the new parking lot E and the second skier bridge over Silver Star Road.

The Ridge has lighted the existing collector run that directs skiers back to the base of the new Alpine Meadows Chair and the existing bridge over Silver Star Road that services the new Silver Queen Chair. The second skier overpass connects to the Silver Queen lift.

The Ridge has built a skier underpass on the Lonestar run, and has completed construction of a two-section skier overpass to service the Split Decision and Solitude ski runs.

Most other bus runs will have collector runs to get skiers to the existing Silver Star Road skier overpass. The second skier overpass, is nearing completion and will be ready for the ski season over Silver Star Road, connecting to the new Silver Queen lift.

The Ridge is a fee simple subdivision with ample area for snow storage. All services are underground and include water, sewer, natural gas, telephone, street lighting, some ski trail lighting and cable service. There are not any rental restrictions in The Ridge.

Views extend from the Monashee Mountains on the east to the lights of Vernon , to Kalamalka and Okanagan Lakes, and up to Predator Ridge Golf Course.

When skiers arrive at Kelowna International Airport, the lights of the Ridge subdivision can be seen from the highway just north of Oyama enroute to Silver Star.

Generally south facing, this development offers opportunity for passive solar heating.

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The Ridge Subdivision follows the dictates of the Silver Star Official Community Plan and has Building Design Guidelines that reflect Victorian and Craftsman Designs. Buyers of duplex lots are encourage to give each side of their home a different exterior look in order to create visual interest and more easily comply with the Victorian theme. Side to side symmetry is not necessary.

It is important for buyers to note that there is a Vacant Lot Fee that is payable to Silverhawk Utilities from the point of purchase until the buyer builds on the lot. This stand-by fee holds the "initiate capacity" as agreed between the developer and Silverhawk. Without this Vacant Lot Fee, There would be a large reconnection fee at the point of building. See item 9 in the "Terms and Conditions" document.

Design Approval Process   (72 KB)

Disclosure Statement - The Ridge Phase 1   (1313 KB)

For Phase One Disclosure : Please pay particular attention to pages 46 through 48 of the Disclosure Statement, where you will find Exhibits F and G, a summary of all exsiting and proposed Charges, Liens and Easements applicable to these lots.

Disclosure Statement - The Ridge Phase 2   (1353 KB)

For Phase Two Disclosure : Please pay particular attention to pages 37 - 38 of the Disclosure Statement, where you will find Exhibits D and E, a summary of all existing and proposed Charges, Liens and Easements applicable to these lots.

Map - Phase One   (93 KB)

Map - Phase Two   (1596 KB)