Apex Mountain Resort

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Apex Mountain Resort
LocationBritish Columbia, Canada
Nearest cityPenticton
Coordinates49°23′16″N 119°54′13″W / 49.38778°N 119.90361°W / 49.38778; -119.90361
Vertical610 m (2,000 ft)
Top elevation2,180 m (7,200 ft)
Base elevation1,575 m (5,200 ft)
Skiable area4.5 km² (1,112 acres)
Longest run5 km
Lift system4 total (1 Conveyor, 1 T-bar, 1 Triple chairlift, 1 High-Speed Quad chairlift)
Snowfall600 cm (20 ft)
WebsiteApex Mountain Resort

Apex Mountain Resort is a ski resort located on Beaconsfield Mountain just west of Penticton, BC, Canada (in the Okanagan region).

Apex mountain has a summit elevation of 2187 m and receives an average of 600 cm of snow a year. There are 1112 acres (4.5 km²) of groomed, skiable terrain, 5000 ha of backcountry skiing terrain, and 50 km of groomed cross-country terrain. There are 79 named trails accessed by a total of four ski lifts including one high-speed quad. Apex currently operates 12 snow guns that provide top-to-bottom snow-making capability.

The mountain's main accommodation providers include Apex Accommodations, Apex Lodge, and Apex Mountain Inn.

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