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Additional terrain open and more snow in the forecast for Sun Peaks
By Tourism Sun Peaks, posted 19, December 2014
Some of the finest early season skiing in B.C. is even better today with 14 cm of fresh snow blanketing the mountain and village at Sun Peaks and even more snow reported falling in the alpine. Over another 10 cm is forecast to fall tonight and throughout the weekend, making for excellent skiing and riding conditions on all three mountains. Sun Peaks has maintained very good snow conditions throughout the season thus far, particularly in the alpine which currently has a 99 cm base.
Spoiled Brats
By Pat Lynch, Ski Canada Magazine, posted 23, October 2014
It was somewhere between the third and fourth doughnut that I decided my editor was probably right—delivering an $80,000 Porsche Cayman from Kamloops to Calgary in the first week of March might not have been an entirely idiotic idea. Quixotic, perhaps, but it also could have proved to be a stroke of genius. Sure, the roadster might have been tiny enough that we couldn’t actually bring any of our ski gear (goggles, boots and some spare gitch excluded) on this killer Ski Canada assignment, and there was a good chance it was going to be dumping on Rogers Pass (which gets, oh, about 10 metres of snow a year), but we did have brand-spanking-new snow tires and this was a fancy-ass Porsche.
Flipping the Traditional Wine Festival Upside-down
By Tourism Sun Peaks, posted 23, October 2014
Now in its 17th year, the ten day Sun Peaks Winter Okanagan Wine Festival  (January 16 to 25, 2015) continues to outgrow the confines of an ordinary wine festival. Infused with mountain personality, the festival celebrates both the rough and tumble and the sophisticated sides of Canada’s Alpine Village. Not content to sample varietals around ordinary tables, the festival’s famous Progressive Tasting takes over 650 participants into the mountain air and ski through village to taste over 30 B.C. wineries’ diverse offerings. The first event to sell out every year, Port Chocolate & Cheese: After the Après Social, transports the wine event from a soulless boardroom to secret location - an exquisite personal home and chalet in Sun Peaks’ east village. This sense of exploration continues to the new Explorer Series hosted by Voyageur Bistro. Guests will explore and learn early Canadian history while simultaneously exploring new tastes during a delectable five course dinner and wine pairing.  The surprises are around every corner, as mulled wine is combined with an evening snowshoe and comforting grilled cheese sandwiches are elegantly served with fine wine. These are just a few of the inspired combinations guests will uncover! Also new this year are the events Vertical Goes Vino, I Heard It Through the Grapevine and The Big Varietal Showdown.