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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


  • Beginner 10
  • Intermediate 58
  • Advanced 32

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Most Recent Travelers Reviews
  • May 31, 2019: “You can't build character. It tries hard to look like a European alpine village but misses the mark. We went off season, no snow or lush green summer fields of flowers and can imagine it goes off, especially during ski season. It is pretty enough wondering the streets without competing with cars but lacks charm.” 0
  • May 27, 2019: “We visited in may and it was quiet but still beautiful and had lots of options to eat. The village is stunning! ” 1
  • May 19, 2019: “About 45 minutes drive from Kamloops this place is a hidden gem. Very much a skiers paradise in the winter, it is reminiscent of a typical Alpine Swiss or Austrian village with architecture to match. Bursting with hotels, small shops and restaurants there is plenty to choose from, and even a golf course and scenery surrounding the village.” 2

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