This article is for the ski resort near Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. For the similarly named ski resort near Seattle Washington, see Crystal Mountain.
Crystal Mountain Resort is a small day-use ski area near West Kelowna, British Columbia. It has two chairlifts and a T-bar and has 30 designated runs most of which are groomed. It was long known as Last Mountain Ski Resort, but changed its name to Crystal Mountain Resort in the 1990s. Crystal Mountain offers lessons for skiing and snowboarding as well as offering rentals for snowshoeing.
The top elevation is 1,440 m (4,724 ft) with a vertical drop of 212 m (700 ft) coming to a base elevation of 1,228 m (4,024 ft). The runs are composed of the following levels of difficulty: 30% Novice, 50% Intermediate and 20% Advanced. [References 1]