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Additional terrain open and more snow in the forecast for Sun PeaksDecember 19, 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. Read full article ›
2015 Dew Tour Am Series returning to Sun PeaksDecember 18, 2014: Sun Peaks Resort is elated to welcome back the Dew Tour Am Series, North America’s premier amateur ski and snowboard competition on March 27 and 28, 2015. The two-day competition will feature a brand new big air contest as well as the signature slopestyle event. With a cash purse of $30,000 the top amateur athletes on the continent will be in Sun Peaks’ terrain park throwing down their best tricks. Read full article ›
Olympic veterans training in Sun Peaks this weekDecember 17, 2014: With World Cup ski cross events in Italy and France cancelled due to lack of snow in Europe, Canada’s National Ski Cross team has chosen Sun Peaks Resort for their pre-Christmas training camp. The slopes of the Nancy Greene International Training Centre currently have excellent training conditions, similar to the great alpine snow conditions and top to bottom skiing currently enjoyed by guests at the resort. Read full article ›
All three mountains to open with top to bottom skiing this ThursdayNovember 26, 2014: All three mountains with top to bottom alpine skiing plus 100 per cent of Nordic trails are scheduled to open on Thursday, November 27, just in time for US Thanksgiving weekend. Sun Peaks received over 10 cm of new snow overnight and with another 15 cm forecast over the next two days, the mid-mountain base will be an estimated 80 cm which will result in good early season coverage on many ski runs. Read full article ›
First ski resort in BC’s Interior to open for alpine winter operations this SaturdayNovember 20, 2014: The chairlifts begin turning this Saturday, November 22, at Sun Peaks Resort, now Canada’s second largest ski area. Sun Peaks will be the first B.C. Interior resort to open for winter alpine operations. Read full article ›