Away from it all, but right at home.
Summer days in Sun Peaks bring refreshing temperatures and breathtaking 360-degree views. Located in the interior of British Columbia, Sun Peaks is a year-round mountain community with engaging and friendly locals, and full-service resort amenities. Three mountains surround a European-style, pedestrian-only village, making it easy to get around. Summer brings to life the colourful alpine blossoms, a plethora of outdoor activities, festivals, free outdoor concerts and sporting events.
Biking, hiking, & alpine sightseeing
Home to the legendary Sun Peaks Bike Park with lift-access downhill and cross country options, as well as a small but growing cross country network in the valley.
Start your adventure right from the village or enjoy a relaxing ride up the Sunburst Express chairlift and start from 6,000'. Explore our mountain playground with 18 hiking trails that range from relaxing strolls to exhilarating summits, featuring magnificent wildflower displays if you time your visit right!
- Bike Park open since 1999 with 40 DH and XC trails
- 595m (1952') of lift-access vertical, plus an alpine ascent
- Over 40km of maintained hiking and alpine sightseeing trails
- Lift-access hiking and DH biking via the Sunburst Express chairlift
- Alpine blossom season occurs mid-July to mid-August
- Dine at the Sunburst Bar + Eatery at mid-mountain
- Cross country riding offered via lift-access, as well as on Mt. Morrisey, around the village, and out to McGillivray Lake
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British Columbia's Highest Elevation 18 Hole Golf COurse
Surrounded by natural foliage and panoramic mountain views, the challenging 18-hole par 72 Graham Cooke is centred along the valley floor amongst the three surrounding mountains. With the greens located at 1,200 metres above sea level, Sun Peaks weighs in as BC’s highest course.
The front nine was constructed back in 1996, and range from the short 122 yard par three hole 7 to the difficult, uphill 500 yard hole 6. The front nine require delicate accuracy due to the narrow fairways. Some even suggest keeping the driver in the bag and pulling out the irons.
The newer back nine are a terrific complement to the challenges of the front. More open, more forgiving, and for most, more opportunities for lower scores. Hole 12 is the back nine’s most difficult, and hole 16 is the course's signature, with tee boxes perched at 1,333 metres (4,353').
Events & Things to Do
Join us for one of our famous free outdoor summer concerts, take a Voyageur Canoe Tour, explore the resort on horseback, or try North America’s first Mountain Cross Cart Course. Surround yourself with music, arts, culture, sporting competitions and so much more. Our village vibe is uplifting, yet relaxing.
From sushi to schnitzel, bison burgers to grilled salmon, and homemade fudge to fresh baked goods—your taste buds will be pleasantly surprised at every turn with plenty of charming cafés and après adventure destinations.
Browse boutique shops where you’ll find clothing, apparel, locally crafted jewellery, souvenirs and mementos, local artwork and even something for the kids and your four-legged friend. Pamper yourself at the spa and peruse a huge selection of regional beer and wine.
The possibilities are endless!
Located in the heart of British Columbia, Sun Peaks is only a 45 minute drive from Kamloops and less than an hour by air from Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton international airports. Airport shuttles are available to bring you to the resort, and inter-resort shuttles can help you link up with other destinations.
Places to Stay
Sun Peaks offers a variety of accommodation options from Hotels & Lodges, private Condos & Townhomes to Chalets & Suites.