Sun Peaks is the second largest ski area in Canada and has an abundance of sunshine between regular dry snowfalls. Sun Peaks is a charming, ski-in/ski-out village with three mountain peaks featuring a variety of terrain, including two alpine bowls, cruising green and blue runs, steep and deep and gladed stashes loaded with powder. This resort really does have something for everyone.
Sun Peaks is renowned for being a family friendly destination and has a number of activities to cater to the young (or young at heart) including dogsledding, tubing, snowmobiling, ice skating and sleigh rides, just to name a few.
For some more adult fun why not time your trip with the winter wine festival, taking place on 13-22 January 2017.
- Family friendly
- Snow ghosts
- Village charm
|Season||November to April|
|Average Snowfall||5.6 metres|
|Vertical Drop||2,894 ft|
|Ski Area||4,200+ acres|
|Terrain||10% beginner, 58% intermediate, 32% advanced|
Accommodation options for Sun Peak are located in the charming ski-through village. Prices are quite affordable and a large portion of the properties are ski-in/ski-out. There is a village shuttle for those staying in condos away from the village area.
Accommodation for peak season (Christmas – end of January) books out far in advance, we’d recommend booking in accommodation 6 months prior to departure.