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Editorial Coverage

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The Ultimate Sun Peaks Guide
By Adam Bisby, International Traveller Magazine, posted 25, May 2016
You know a ski resort caters to families when there’s a public school up on its slopes. Such is the case with Sun Peaks which, in 2015, became Canada’s second-largest ski and snowboard destination after a 200-hectare expansion on two of its three mountains.
Ski with Canadian Olympic Legend Nancy Greene at Sun Peaks Resort
By Steve MacNaull, Toronto Sun, posted 27, January 2016

My ski companion tells me to keep my head up and stop fixating on the tips of the skis.

I immediately correct my gaze to the horizon, my stance improves and I start gliding down the slope smoothly with confidence.

I have the best instructor on the planet - Olympic gold medalist Nancy Greene.

Record Breaking Year at Sun Peaks Resort
By Khang Nguyen, Kamloops BC Now, posted 6, April 2016

Sun Peaks has had their best winter season ever.

Once the season ends on April 10, the resort would have had over 350,000 visitors, breaking the current record that was set in 2008.

6 Trends to Watch for This Ski Season
By Louise Hudson, Houston Chronicle, posted 18, December 2015
Ski resorts are offering wider winter-sports lineups these days to keep existing customers interested and attract new demographics. Equipment improvements are spawning new activities, and social media are broadcasting the buzz. Here's a rundown of what's trending around U.S. and Canadian resorts this season.
B.C. Ski Resorts Boosting Avalanche Skills Awareness
By Adam Bisby, The Globe and Mail, posted 19, November 2015
On the northeastern flank of British Columbia’s 2,408-metre Terminator Peak, a group of 10 skiers, some with avalanche transceivers in hand, charge into a small stand of pines.
Five Winter Wine Festivals
By Shelley Boettcher, Westjet Magazine, posted 22, December 2015
Winter is a wonderful time to attend a wine festival. The crowds tend to be smaller than those at fall or summer festivals, which means you’ll have a chance to get to know the winemakers.
Where to Ski Next: Sun Peaks, B.C.
By Jess Thomson, Ski Magazine, posted 8, November 2015
There is no panty tree at Sun Peaks Resort. For anyone who’s skied a major resort since, say, 1980, this may seem like a serious oversight, but Sun Peaks, which holds bragging rights as Canada’s second-largest ski area (behind only Whistler Blackcomb), has defined itself not by al fresco vodka bars or rowdy restaurants at the base area, but by what’s up top—reliably good snow, generous high-quality grooming, and endless tree skiing, much of it steep. For those of us whose vacation priorities focus more on interesting pistes than on getting pissed, Sun Peaks is the new Holy Grail.
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.
SUP at Sun Peaks?
By Andrew McCredie - The Province, posted 11, June 2014
Balancing act: Learning to stand up paddleboard on a mountain lake
Mountain Bike Lessons at Sun Peaks, BC
By Carolyn Price - Outdoors Northwest Magazine, posted 8, May 2014
A lesson in humility
Story and Photos by Carolyn Price
Sun Peaks Resort is a great place for family fun
By Kari Bodnarchuck, posted 15, January 2014
Our daughter, Grace, shuffled away from the top of the beginner Platter Lift, pointed her skis downhill, and took off. The sun had set and the dark path was only partially lighted by houses along one side. After several ski lessons here, Grace knew the way and swooshed along, unfazed by the darkness, the pitch, or the sharp turn partway down the hill.
Canada's Best Winter Parties
By Adam Bisby - MSN Canada, posted 22, January 2014
"It's like the holidays never ended!"
B.C.'s mountain-biking parks keep evolving
By Jack Christie, Georgia Straight, posted 14, August 2013
Situated in the weathered folds directly above where the Trans-Canada Highway leads east beside the South Thompson River, the bike ranch beckons both as a destination in itself and as a pause during a longer trek in the region to bike parks at nearby Sun Peaks Resort and Silver Star Mountain Resort in Vernon.