Sun Peaks Wildflower Guide
The spectacular mountains of Sun Peaks are at their best in the warm months of summer. During this time, the mountains become a kaleidoscope of colour as the multitude of wildflowers blossom from the village to the alpine.
A special thanks to Catherine Tarasoff, Research Scientist with Agrowest Consulting Scientists, for conducting supporting research and preparing the information contained within the Wildflower Guide.
So that future guests can enjoy the wildflowers and they continue to thrive for seasons to come, please appreciate them in their natural surroundings and refrain from picking them.
Early Season Bloomers
The following local wildflowers greet us early each spring/summer season in the valley and alpine meadows of Sun Peaks.
Sun Peaks Wildlife
The mountains of the area abound with animals free roaming in their natural habitat. Catch a glimpse of the area’s natural wildlife as you hike through the blossoming mountain or relax, sit back and see what you can see from the comfort of the chairlift.
Birds of Sun Peaks
The area in and around Sun Peaks is home to several species, ranging from the noble blue heron and majestic bald eagle to the haunting loon and delicate hummingbird.