find your alpine escape at sun peaks resort
Deep steeps, long cruisers, gladed areas, powder stashes and corduroy groomers can all be found within 4,270 acres of skiable terrain. Three mountains surround a European-style, ski-through village filled with quaint shops, cafes and eateries. Sun Peaks has an abundance of activities and events for both on and off the slopes leaving you wishing for more time at Canada's second largest ski area.
Canada's Second Largest Ski Area
Sun Peaks’ behemoth 4,270 acres is spread across three skiable peaks, each with a personality all their own. Each mountain is easily accessible from the village, so ski all three peaks in the same day or stick to the mountain area that you love the most. Sun Peaks receives 6 meters of snow annually and is blessed with light, dry powder conditions that the Interior of BC is famous for.
Events & Things To Do
There are countless weekly and special events, and things to do both on and off the slopes at Sun Peaks. Experience a thrilling dog sled ride, learn to ice fish with a local guide, or glide down the hill on a tube with family and friends.
From sushi to schnitzel, bison burgers to grilled salmon, and homemade fudge to fresh baked goods—your taste buds will be pleasantly surprised at every turn with plenty of charming cafés and après ski destinations.
Browse boutique shops where you’ll find clothing, apparel, locally crafted jewellery, souvenirs and mementos, local artwork and even something for the kids and your four-legged friend. Pamper yourself at the spa, stock up on groceries, and peruse a huge selection of regional beer and wine.
The possibilities are endless, explore your options and plan your next adventure to Canada's Alpine Village!
Located in the heart of British Columbia, Sun Peaks is only a 45 minute drive from Kamloops and less than an hour by air from Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton international airports. Airport shuttles are available to bring you to the resort, and inter-resort shuttles can help you link up with other destinations.