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Grassroots events grow at Sun PeaksFebruary 6, 2014: The community of Sun Peaks has embraced the creation of two new, exciting events in recent years, and is looking forward to The Third Annual Bluebird Banked Slalom and The Second Annual Duff Invitational Slopestyle this year. Sun Peaks has fostered these events, both of which give back to local non-profit groups and require passionate volunteers, high quality mountain venues, as well as the support of local businesses and residents. Read full article ›
Elli Terwiel named to Canadian Olympic Alpine Ski TeamJanuary 27, 2014: The community of Sun Peaks is congratulating local ski racer Elli Terwiel who was officially named to the Canadian Olympic team earlier today, along with 14 other alpine racers chosen to represent Canada at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Read full article ›
Join the only on-snow Chinese New Year celebration in BC’s InteriorJanuary 24, 2014: Sun Peaks will celebrate its first Chinese New Year next weekend with fun family events to celebrate and create awareness of the Chinese culture. Guests and locals will usher in the Year of the Horse, complete with fireworks, traditional decorations, Asian dining and cultural activities. Read full article ›
Organizers celebrate the most successful Sun Peaks Winter Okanagan Wine Festival to dateJanuary 21, 2014: The 16th Annual Winter Okanagan Wine Festival wrapped up on Sunday, with 95 per cent of available tickets sold - a significant growth over last year. Organizers are celebrating this year’s festival as the most successful to date with the vast majority of events sold out and thousands of guests visiting the resort to enjoy the excellent ski conditions and one-of-a-kind wine and food events. Read full article ›
Pacific storm cycle rolling through B.C.’s InteriorJanuary 9, 2014: Skiers and snowboarders at Sun Peaks woke up to an abundance of light, dry powder snow this morning. Around 17cm of fresh snow accumulated in higher alpine areas of the resort, making for deep powder turns, face shots and amazing January ski conditions. Read full article ›