Sunrise Ski

Fuel up the car and pack your snow gear – you’ll want to add Sun Peaks to your winter road trip plans this year. From a variety of winter activities to fresh mountain air and beautiful snow-covered mountains, it offers a full winter experience for adventurers. Here are 4 reasons why you should drive here this winter.

It’s a Scenic Drive


People love to drive to Sun Peaks from all over British Columbia because it's a scenic drive and easily accessible. The resort is just a quick 5-hour drive from Vancouver, 6-hour drive from Prince George, 8-hour drive from Calgary, 9-hour drive from Edmonton, and around 3 hours from Kelowna and Revelstoke. You’ll experience a wide array of scenery during your drive and, upon entering Sun Peaks, the surrounding slopes will offer the perfect snowy greeting. See the full driving times and distances to Sun Peaks here

Tip: Pick up a Mountain Collective Pass this winter and ski yourself through BC and Alberta on an epic powder-filled road trip! You'll get to explore Sun Peaks, Revelstoke, Panorama, Banff Sunshine, and Lake Louise. 

Explore a Winter Wonderland

Covered Bridge

Sun Peaks truly transforms into a winter wonderland from November to April. Even when there is no snow in other parts of the province, Sun Peaks can promise a solid base of snow on our mountains. Don’t worry if you’re not a skier, there are plenty of things to do off the slopes too.

Minimal Crowds


Sun Peaks is known for a combination of vast terrain and minimal crowds, making it the ideal destination to get tons of space to yourself. Skiers are spread out over 3 mountains and it's not uncommon to find a run all to yourself.


Dog Sled

Don’t worry if you’re not a skier, there are plenty of things to do off the slopes too. Whether you want to partake in winter activities or just enjoy the beautiful scenery, there’s no shortage of ways to enjoy the outdoors. Enjoy a budget-friendly escape into nature on our expansive network of snowshoeing or Nordic skiing trails. Three mountains surround our ski-through village filled with quaint shops, cafés, and eateries.