Pictured in 2018, the lighted Kristi’s Run mogul course where members of the Canadian men’s women’s Olympic teams trained before leaving for the Olympics. (Western News - File)

Pictured in 2018, the lighted Kristi’s Run mogul course where members of the Canadian men’s women’s Olympic teams trained before leaving for the Olympics. (Western News - File)

Apex Mountain gets fresh powder after Monday snowstorm

The mountain’s snow report has 25cm in the last 24 hours

After a storm rolled through the Okanagan on Monday, Apex Mountain is reporting plenty of fresh powder.

The mountain received 25 cm of snow over the last 24 hours, and all of the lifts are open.

The mountain has 79 marked runs and 52 trails open. There is already plenty of skiers up and enjoying the morning conditions.

READ MORE: Monday’s storm brought new snow to Big White

The high-speed quad lift is currently on standby due to high winds, which can be seen giving the resort’s live camera a shake.

The live camera feed can be found on the resort’s website.

Be careful on the drive up to the mountain, as the -6 C temperature may leave the road icy.

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