Related Regions: British Columbia, Canada, North America

Sun Peaks Skiing

Open
Season Start/End: 11/26 - 4/17
Elevation
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4117ft - 7060ft
Trails
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10%| 58%| 29%| 3%
Lifts
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12
Lift Tickets
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from CAD$46.00 to CAD$92.00
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A skier dodges snow ghosts at Sun Peaks. Photo by Paul Morrison, courtesy of Tourism Sun Peaks. - ©Paul Morrison/Sun Peaks Resort
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Centrally located in the Interior region of British Columbia, Sun Peaks Resort is Canada’s second largest ski area. The terrain is diverse and spread across three mountains - Mt. Tod, Sundance and Mt. Morrisey - totalling 4,270 acres. Formerly Tod Mountain prior to 1993, the resort has developed into a year-round community, at the centre of which is a European-style, ski-through village including hotels, condos, restaurants and shops. 135 alpine trails flow into the village from 360° of terrain and over 34km of Nordic skiing trails. From groomed cruisers to bumps, a progressive 10-acre terrain park, abundant glades, steeps and alpine bowls, the varied terrain at Sun Peaks Resort accommodates all levels and abilities. Featuring 10% beginner, 58% intermediate and 32% advanced/expert terrain, the resort boasts that varying levels of skier and boarders can ride up the same lift, take different trails down, and meet up at the same lift again. Sun Peaks receives 6 meters of snow annually in the form of light, dry powder conditions for which the Interior of BC is famous. 

A skier dodges snow ghosts at Sun Peaks. Photo by Paul Morrison, courtesy of Tourism Sun Peaks. - ©Paul Morrison/Sun Peaks Resort
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The Sundance Kids Centre offers programs for kids 18 months to five years old and Sun Peaks Sport School (ski and snowboard lessons and camps) is available for kids 6+ years through to adults. A ‘Let’s Play Package’ offers access to non-ski activities such the bungee trampoline, lift-accessed Tube Park, and the new NHL sized outdoor skating rink. There are countless special events and activities such as dog sled tours, guided ice fishing, snowmobile tours, snowshoe tours and rentals, horse-drawn sleigh rides, plus the Fondue Dinner & Evening Descent and First Tracks Breakfast experiences, and so much more.

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Lifts

  • 0
  • 0
  • 0
  • 3
  • 2
  • 1
  • 0
  • 6
  • 12
    Total

Elevation

  • 7060ft
    Summit
  • 2893ft
    Vertical Drop
  • 4117ft
    Base

Terrain

  • Beginner Runs

    10%

  • Intermediate Runs

    58%

  • Advanced Runs

    29%

  • Expert Runs

    3%

  • Runs

    135

  • Terrain Parks

    1

  • Longest Run

    5 mi

  • Skiable Terrain

    4270 ac

  • Snow Making

    250 ac

Important Dates

  • Projected Opening: 11/26/2016
  • Days Open Last Year: 140
  • Projected Closing: 04/17/2017
  • Projected Days Open: 150
  • Years Open: 56
  • Average Snowfall: 236"

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Sun Peaks Reviews

  • Teressa Purkis


    • 5
    11th February 2017

    Full review

      We ski 3 generations at Sun Peaks, great mountain for all levels. The line-ups are quick and efficient and the restaurants are...
     
  • John walsh


    • 5
    10th January 2017

    Full review

      good
     
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