Never Ever Day
Jan 26 2018
All Day

This learn to ski/snowboard program is the ultimate beginners’ package at a special price for anyone 13 years and older who is considering trying the sport. The program provides everything you need:

  • Equipment rental
  • Beginner lift ticket
  • A 4-hour ski or snowboard lesson (9:00am - 11:00am and 1:30pm - 3:30pm)*
  • A full day long experience
  • All this for only $25!

*Parents must check-in children and pick them up for the lunch break.

How to Register with sports school

To make a reservation or for further information please visit the Sports School sales desk located in the Village Day Lodge or contact us by phone or email:

Contact Us
Hours November to April, 8:00am to 4:30pm
May to October, 9:30am to 4:00pm
Telephone Local: 250.578.5505
Toll Free in North America: 1.800.807.3257

What Else Should i Bring and know for check-in?

  • Check-in is at 8:00am on Friday, January 26 at the Sports School sales desk in the Village Day Lodge. Here you will receive your rental equipment voucher to retrieve your rentals before the 9:00am lesson start time.
  • Be sure to register for your lesson in advance, not on Friday morning. 
  • Bring a credit card and photo ID.
  • Be sure to bring a can-do attitude: this is a day of fun and trying something new! Enjoy the experience and try your best; you’re bound to have a great time!

What should I wear?

  • Due to ever-changing conditions, we recommend dressing in layers.
  • Thermal long underwear or tights as a base layer is recommended.

  • Socks should be a wool/polyester blend and not too bulky, one pair of socks is sufficient.

  • Outer layer should be water and wind resistant. If your outer layer is not insulated, add extra layers underneath for warmth.

  • Wool and polyester/fleece blends are warmer and drier than cotton.

  • A warm hat is necessary on cold days; on warmer days (above 0°C) a headband or cap are sufficient. We recommend the use of helmets but it is not mandatory.

  • Gloves or mittens are essential.

  • Wear goggles to protect your eyes on snowy and/or windy days.

  • Sunscreen is strongly recommended for sunny days.

    Sports School Location

    The Sports School sales desk and Guest Service are located in the Village Day Lodge, at the base of the Sunburst and Sundance chairlifts. This is where you check-in for lessons and can pick-up your rental equipment and lift tickets (the rental shop is next to the Sports School for a one stop shop).

    Why take a lesson?

    It's fun and exciting! This is made a top priority at Sun Peaks Resort.

    Improve your skills. Regardless of your current ability level, you can always learn and improve to better your experience.

    Build confidence. More confidence will allow you to find more enjoyment in snow sports.

    Explore more terrain. Learn the skills and confidence to explore every acre of our mountain playground.

    Make friends. You're sure to meet new people and make friends from around the world.

    As a first timer, taking a lesson is the safest and most fun way to be introduced to the world of snow sports.

    Tips for Your First Lesson

    Where do lessons start?

    The meeting area for all lessons is just around the corner from the Sports School office and right at the base of our beginner area.

    Beginner Terrain

    Sun Peaks has some of the best beginner terrain anywhere; from our beginner-only area to Gentle Giant and Homesteader, we offer fantastic progression on the mountain that helps beginners learn easily and quickly. Our various carpets and surface lifts are well adapted and easy to use.


    Our 'Learn to Ski/Snowboard' packages include skis and snowboards that tend to be shorter and more flexible, putting the emphasis on ease of skiing rather than performance, giving beginners much more confidence.

    • Ski and snowboard boots should provide a relaxed and comfortable fit, designed to feel snug when done up providing foot stability. Remember, ski socks are preferable and one pair is sufficient.

    • Ski poles are useful for balance and rhythm while skiing, learning with poles is a good idea.

    Safety Tips

    • Always wear a helmet and other protective gear.

    • Remember to take it easy, and stop for the occasional rest.

    • Stay hydrated throughout the day.

    • Follow the Alpine Responsibility Code.

    Event Details & Contact

    Sun Peaks Sports School