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Tourism Sun Peaks
By Sun Peaks Resort abuzz prior to early open, posted 19, November 2015
November 19, 2015: Alpine skiers and boarders can enjoy the slopes of the Sunburst, Elevation and Crystal chairlifts on Friday. On Saturday, the Sundance chair and Village Platter will both be added into the mix and will open in the morning at 9:00 a.m. All alpine lift tickets will be 25% off through opening weekend. Cross-country skiers will be able to enjoy a fantastic selection of nordic trails accessible from the nordic centre at parking lot 5 with regular price tickets in effect.
Sun Peaks to open early amidst abundant snowfall
By Tourism Sun Peaks, posted 17, November 2015

Sun Peaks, BC - Heavy interior snowfall due to strong Pacific winter storms off BC’s coast have allowed Sun Peaks Resort to open its doors early for the ski season. The mountain has accumulated over 47 centimeters of snow in just the past seven days. This trend is expected to continue with another 26 centimeters anticipated to fall before the end of the week. Canada's 2nd Largest Ski Area will turn its lifts on and open the doors to downhill and nordic skiers this Friday, November 20th. 

Secret Snow Business
By Megan Arkinstall, posted 27, October 2015
We’ve got a secret to share with you. There’s a little ski resort that you probably haven’t heard of hidden in the south-central interior of British Columbia, halfway between the Rockies and the Coastal mountain ranges. It’s nowhere near as crowded as the big names of Whistler or Banff (read: no queues for the lifts and wide runs practically to yourself), with a small and relaxed European-style village of pastel-coloured, low-rise gabled roof buildings.
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.
First North American Mountain Cross Cart course comes to Sun Peaks
By Tourism Sun Peaks, posted 23, April 2015
Sun Peaks’ visitors will find an exciting new means of descending the mountain this summer. A brand new Mountain Cross Cart (MCC) course has been constructed on ‘Sunbeam’ ski run paralleling the Platter Lift, the first of its kind in North America. Nine MCC Parks are currently operated around the world including Sweden, Norway, Estonia and Finland. The new track is 512 metres long with a vertical descent of 52 metres and will provide an average speed of 35 km/h. Despite high speeds and a winding, gravity-fed course, the carts offer precise control and a high level of safety thanks to powerful disc brakes, four-point seat belts, roll bars and padded seats. To add an element of competition, runs will be timed allowing participants to race the clock or rival friends for the fastest descent. Sun Peaks’ MCC Action Park will open to the public in late June 2015.