Sun Peaks has three mountains, sunny skies and all the après you can handle. Sun Peaks’ mountain trio forms BC’s second largest ski area – and it’s all covered in deep, dry powder. Pick one mountain or ski all three.
More than 120 runs on three mountains make for loads of choice. Long cruisers, glades, bumps, steeps and terrain parks are all here.
And the name? Every year, Sun Peaks averages more than 2,000 hours of sunshine and blue skies.
Those bluebird days are perfect for trying something new. Check out snow biking, a mix of skiing and cycling, or play a round of snow shoe golf, Sun Peaks’ unique contribution to winter sports.
However you spend the day, you’ll end up at the Tyrolean-style ski-through village at the base of all three mountains, where more than 20 eateries, shops, spas and nightspots line the cobbled streets.
And if you still need more convincing that you need to visit, remember that Sun Peaks was voted the “2nd Best Ski Resort in Canada” (13th in North America) in the Condé Nast Traveler Reader Poll in 2010.