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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’ slopeside, pedestrian-only village. The resort’s interior BC location provides frequent bluebird powder days. Choice abounds with 137 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 13/137
  • Longest Run 8km/5mi
  • Nearest Airport Kamloops Airport


  • Beginner 10%
  • Intermediate 58%
  • Advanced 32%

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Most Recent Travelers Reviews
  • Jan 12, 2020: “We stayed at Sun Peaks for a week over the Christmas period. It was a family get together and we had the best holiday. Our family has been lucky enough to have many over seas holidays but this was definitely up there.” 0
  • Jan 10, 2020: “Whistler is great but try Sun Peaks for great snow and runs and no line ups. Snowed ever night. Never a line up and quaint village with nice friendly staff Highly recommend ” 1
  • Jan 8, 2020: “Tonight we went on the starlight fondue with ski descent down the mountain. Firstly can i say how dreadful the resort leader was or lack of!!!! We were told to arrive at 4.30pm sharp for a 4.45pm leave time on Sunburst chair up to restaurant. In minus 16 temperatures we were forced to wait until 5.20 to board the chairlift. Everyone was frozen to core . No info provided and when we asked for info for delay the SunPeaks Scottish lady was rude and unhelpful. Apparently some guests were arriving late and hadn't signed waver ... something we were told we had to do before 4.30 or chairlift would leave without us! Why therefore were we left to freeze?!! This almost ruined the night for many of my party. 4hrs on and I am only just feeling my fingers and toes. The food however and service in the restaurant was very good and the ski guides (all volunteers) who took us down the ski run in the dark were excellent. The night cost $100 per person. Ski guides cost the resort nothing and were not even fed fondue!!! Therefore i wonder why such an expensive experience? The start of the night ruined the whole experience. Sunpeaks pull your socks up VERY POOR!!!!” 2

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