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Valley
Temperature
23.7 °C
74.7 °F
Mid-Mountain
Temperature
19.5 °C
67.1 °F

Hiking Information & Rates

Let the Sunburst Express chairlift carry you to mid-mountain where you will begin your alpine hiking adventure.

Hiking trail maps, lift tickets, and season passes are available at Guest Services located in the Village Day Lodge. For more information please call 250.578.5474 or click to email.

Info at a Glance
Hiking Hours of Operation
  • June 24 to September 5, 2016
  • 10:00am to 7:00pm, daily
Hiking Stats
  • Hiking trails situated in the Shuswap Highlands, Thompson Nicola Region
  • 16 hiking trails (4 beginner, 10 intermediate, 2 advanced)
  • 35km of hiking trails
2016 Hiking Rates
   Full Day  Twilight (4–7pm)  Season Pass 
Adult  (19–64) $20 $14 $89
Senior  (65+) $17 $12 $69
Youth  (13–18) $17 $12 $69
Child  (6–12) $11 $8 $59
Tot  (5 and under) FREE FREE $30

Applicable taxes will be added to all prices. Rates are shown in Canadian dollars. Dates and prices may be subject to change without notice. Some restrictions may apply. Although tot lift tickets are free, all tots must have a pass on their person while using the chairlift. Lift tickets for tots are available at all Sun Peaks Resort ticket outlets. Optional tot season passes are available for a $30 administration fee.

20 Images That Will Make You Want To Hike In the South Thompson Shuswap Right Now
It’s true. There is a place where you can walk through seven distinct ecosystems and along hundreds of sanctioned, isolated trails. It’s called BC’s Interior and it needs to be your next hiking trip. The trails of Shuswap, Sun Peaks and Kamloops in Western Canada have it all. Lush, mossy, pristine forests with rushing waterfalls? Check. Soaring mountain ridges lined with alpine flowers? Check. Barren, rocky desert? Check. Breezy, summery grasslands? Check. We could go all day, but it would be better to just show you.  

If you have to see it to believe it, just have a look at these spectacular 20 instagram photos from the South Thompson Shuswap taken by residents and visitors.
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Bastion Mountain, Salmon Arm/Shuswap
Sicamous, Shuswap
Lac du Bois Grasslands Protected Area, Kamloops

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Blind Bay, Shuswap
Salmon Arm
Pine Loop Trail near Heffley Lake, Sun Peaks
Hoodoos, Kamloops

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Scenic Trail Lookout, Kamloops

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Albas Provincial Park, Shuswap
Battle Bluff, Kamloops

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Embleton Mountain, Sun Peaks
Kamloops
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Shuswap Lake

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Margaret Falls
Cinnamon Ridge, Kamloops

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My 3 year old taking in the view from above @sunpeaksresort

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Sun Peaks

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Want to visit in the fall or winter? Of course, hiking is a year round experience in the South Thompson Shuswap.

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Ready to start exploring? You can head to the South Thompson Shuswap and traverse any of the hundreds of trails on your own.
If you'd rather have a guide to navigate, any of these three businesses would be happy to show you the best and most beautiful spots.