Sun Peaks Resort throws open the doors for its Kamloops Pass Sale Store this Friday, Sept. 16. The store offers season passes, value cards and gear—all of which are on sale through September. Pass purchasers also get a chance at winning prizes.

Season passes for Sun Peaks are being sold at discounted rates through Sept. 30. Passes cost $699 for adults, $589 for seniors, $559 for young adults and university students, $489 for youth, and $349 for children. Family passes are available for $2,445.

Season passes can also include add-on activities. Access can be added for Nordic skiing or tubing, skating and bungee trampoline.

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Nordic trail access can be added to season passes. Photo by Adam Stein/Sun Peaks Resort.

Those purchasing passes in September are entered for a chance to win prizes in honor of 50 years of skiing at the ski area. The grand prize is a heli-ski getaway for two people for one night and one day with Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing. Other prizes include trips and tickets to the Grey Cup, Nov. 27 in Vancouver.

Value Cards are also on sale until Sept. 30. They run $59 to $89, depending on age. The cards grant a five to 25 percent discount on lift tickets purchased throughout the season. A direct-to-lift option is available that automatically charges a credit card when the pass is scanned at the lift. The cards increase by $10 starting Oct. 1.

Winter gear is on sale at the store, including outerwear and accessories. Name brand gear from The North Face, Helly Hansen, Orage, Burton, Billabong, Salomon, Bonfire, Oakley and Smith is included in the sale.

The Kamloops Pass Sale Store, located in Sahali Mall on Columbia Street, opens Sept. 16. The store opens daily at 9:30 a.m. except Sundays when it opens at noon. The store closes at 5:30 p.m. except on Fridays when it stays open until 9 p.m. and Sundays when it closes at 5 p.m.

Season passes and Value Cards are also available for purchase online. You can buy them here.

Sun Peaks Terrain Park by Dom Koric

Sun Peaks terrain park feature. Photo by Dom Koric/Sun Peaks Resort.