Sun Peaks village
(Don Weixl photo)

Sun Peaks Resort

Skiing & Snowboarding

Skiing (Canadian Tourism Commission photo)

Skiing (Canadian Tourism Commission photo)

Sun Peaks Resort offers access to some of the best skiing and snowboarding in North America.

The resort sees 600cm/236in of fine dry powder fall each year, along with mild temperatures and more than 2,000 hours of annual sunshine.

A family-friendly resort with a European-style ski-through village, Sun Peaks has 1,782ha/4,270ac of terrain for all levels of ability, and includes 133 runs, 12 gladed areas and 11 lifts (three high-speed quads, two quad lifts, one triple chair lift, and five surface lifts). The longest run is 8km/5mi, and the skiing and snowboarding area has 882m/2,894ft of vertical.

Three Mountains

Each of Sun Peaks' three mountains has a unique personality. Tod Mountain (elevation 2,152m/7,060ft) was the first of the three to open to the public in 1961. Boarders and skiers can test their deep powder skills in alpine bowls or try downhill runs that lead to the village via the Burfield chair, which runs from bottom to top on the west side of Tod Mountain.

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