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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 ›
Record Early Sales for 17th Annual Sun Peaks Winter Okanagan Wine FestivalNovember 18, 2014: Two of British Columbia's finest assets—winter recreation and wine—make for an inspired pairing at the Sun Peaks Winter Okanagan Wine Festival this January 16–25, 2015. Dubbed one of the Best Winter Parties in Canada by MSN Travel, the Sun Peaks Winter Okanagan Wine Festival offers something for every taste with exquisite B.C. wine, food, skiing and riding. The Festival is unique in Canada, offering extensive wine and culinary festivities at the height of the winter ski season. Read full article ›
World Snow Awards shortlists Sun Peaks in two categoriesOctober 8, 2014: Sun Peaks Resort is vying for Most Improved Resort North America and The Eco Award in the upcoming 2014 World Snow Awards surrounding The Telegraph Ski and Snowboard Show London (UK). Now in its third year, the awards honour the best resorts, tour operators, fashion brands and individuals across 24 categories. Read full article ›
First North American Mountain Cross Cart course coming to Sun Peaks in 2015October 6, 2014: Sun Peaks’ visitors will find an exciting new means of descending the mountain next summer. A brand new Mountain Cross Cart (MCC) course is currently being constructed on ‘Sunbeam’ ski run paralleling the Platter Lift, the first of its kind in North America. This is a continuation of the diversification of the resort’s gravity-fueled summer activity options and investments in new summer infrastructure. Read full article ›
New terrain update from Canada’s second largest ski areaSeptember 29, 2014: Skiers and riders at Sun Peaks will have more options than ever before for powder turns, face shots and steep and deep terrain for the upcoming season. The addition of two new alpine zones brings Sun Peaks Resort to 4,270 skiable acres this winter. This ranks the resort as the second largest ski area in Canada. All new terrain will be classified as expert or high intermediate, significantly increasing the advanced terrain available and continuing to diversify the Sun Peaks ski experience. Read full article ›