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Sun Peaks Resort

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Sun Peaks Resort

The mountain trio of Tod, Sundance, and Morrisey encircle Sun Peaks’ slope-side, pedestrian-only village. The resort’s interior BC location provides frequent bluebird powder days. Choice abounds with 135 runs, long cruisers, deep steeps, incredible tree skiing, and an enormous top-to-bottom terrain park. Check out the immaculately groomed Nordic trail network, head out with a team of Alaskan huskies on a dogsledding tour, or enjoy an on-mountain evening fondue.

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Resort Details

  • Terrain 1,728ha/4,270ac
  • Elevation 2,152m/ 7,060ft
  • Annual Snowfall 602cm/237in
  • Vertical 882m/2,894ft
  • Lifts/Runs 13/135
  • Longest Run 8km/5mi
  • Nearest Airport Kamloops Airport

Difficulty

  • Beginner 10
  • Intermediate 58
  • Advanced 32

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Most Recent Travelers Reviews
  • Jul 3, 2018: “Took a drive from Kamloops to Sun Peaks - really pretty countryside once we started to climb into the mountains. The village area is much larger than I expected and there were lifts and ski runs on both sides of the valley. Being the weekend just before summer season started it was moderately busy with an art and craft show on the mall. We poked around, drank a lemonade and took a few photos.....started back to town wishing we were still skiers. Age has its downside! I would recommend for a family ski holiday.”
  • Jun 29, 2018: “SunPeaks village is a smaller version of whistler but so much better. Less crowded, fantastic snow in the winter and an awesome summer destination. It's a friendly atmosphere with 4 star restaurants and lodging.”
  • Jun 22, 2018: “We stopped into Sun Peaks on a June road trip. The place was very quiet since it wasn't skiing, not was it the summer rush. So many of the coffee shops and stores were closed. But this place seemed the same as Whistler in the fact that if you are not going to ski, or stay at expensive accommodation this place doesn't have anything to offer you. ”
  • Jun 18, 2018: “Driving up the mountain was the first most enjoyable part of our trip. Arriving to find a unique village of hotels, condominiums and shops. Lots of parking. Discovered a unique family-owned children's clothing, souvenir shop that had the most awesome variety of Jelly Beans ! Owner was very friendly & sociable. Check out June for the amazing Foam Fest, lots of fun to watch, even more to participate.”
  • Jun 18, 2018: “No queues, excellent snow condition whether the sun was out or peaking out,would recommend for all levels ”
  • Aug 12, 2018: “Sun Peaks is rated as Canada's second best ski resort. If you don't like long lift lines, love powder snow, reasonably priced accommodations, great eateries and generally less busy then you may agree with me it is Canada's best resort. Green, blue & black slopes, aprs ski and events all summer too. Take a chance you will not be disappointed.”
  • Aug 27, 2018: “We took our two teenage boys here for a downhill taster lesson which I was foolish enough to try myself. Whilst they had a ball, it was a little to challenging for me being the wrong side of 50. My wife stayed in the resort and made use of the hotel pool as it was over 25 degrees. The resort was very quiet in Aug but the room price reflected this and we considered it an absolute bargain. We took the chairlift to the top and hiked through the woods back to the resort and didn’t see another person all the way down. ”
  • Sep 17, 2018: “I did not spend too much time here during my Spring visit, but I would love to come back. The drive to Sun Peaks is wonderful with a road that winds through an area that consists of farms and a lake. The village has lots of hotels and some shops and restaurants, and the walk through the village and surrounding area was nice and peaceful.”
  • Aug 24, 2018: “Sun Peaks has Terrain for everyone. People are friendly lift lines are short and the snow is wonderful. Sun hosts program is one of the best around. You can ski with hosts all day and learn much about the mountain at no cost. Snow is generally light and dry, the groomers do a fantastic job., and the village has lots to offer in the way of food, drink and shopping. A great place to stay and enjoy some winter fun.”
  • Aug 19, 2018: “Ski, bike ride, hike or golf. If you like the outdoors then this is the place for you. If you want shopping there is that too. If you want food and drink there are so many good restaurants to choose from. I love the outdoor pool and spa in the winter. Amazing location and a must if you are anywhere near Kamloops.”
  • Aug 19, 2018: “this is a great resort for the whole family. Very friendly, good parking etc. has ski runs for beginner to expert.”

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