Santa visits Silver Star

SilverStar webcam catches the jolly old elf on film

SilverStar Mountain Resort has revealed footage from their snow webcam of what appears to be Santa and his reindeer’s en route for Christmas Day.

“The resort had received several phone calls and emails from guests and locals when they noticed the familiar face on the ski resort webcam today,” Ian Jenkins, director of marketing and sales said.

SilverStar Mountain is located five hours inland from Vancouver indicating that Santa was officially on track to deliver Christmas presents throughout North America in time for Christmas morning.

The 15 second video posted to SilverStar’s social media pages also had audio recording at the time with Santa Clause spreading Christmas cheer on his travels. “Ho ho ho, Merry Christmas” the video revealed.

SilverStar Mountain Resort and guests celebrated Christmas Eve with their annual Christmas Eve Parade and Fireworks Light Up, which sees hundreds descend in the heart of the village in celebration of Christmas from 5 p.m.


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