SKIING CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

Thank you for joining us during the 2017-18 ski season. Please be advised that alpine and cross country skiing is now closed for the season. Snowmobiling, ski touring and any other activities either on foot or by motorized vehicle are also not permitted within the CRA (Controlled Recreation Area) trail network at this time. This is for your safety and the safety of our staff, as our teams continue to work in these areas and prep spring and summer projects.

For further information, please contact Marc White, Risk Management and Safety Director: 
250.578.5441 | mwhite@sunpeaksresort.com

Nordic Trail Map

Nordic Trail Map 2017-18

View Nordic Trail Map (pdf) 

Note: Nordic trails Village, Vista, and Cotton Tail are now designated multi-use trails for fat biking. To learn more about Fat Biking in Sun Peaks, click here

Note: 'Groomed with fresh' status is used when there is 5cm or more of fresh snowfall since the trail was groomed. 

  • Open
  • Closed
  • Groomed
  • Groomed with fresh

Groomed & Trackset Nordic Trails

Trail Name
Status
Chickadee (0.2km)
Cotton Tail (1.6km)
Heinz's Way (0.1km)
McGillivray Lake Trail (5.4km)
Nut Hatch (0.8km)
Raven Ramble (1.6km)
Raven Return (1.3km)
Village Trail (0.9km)
Vista Trail (1.8km)
Black Bear (0.7km)
Blue Grouse (2.9km)
Great Grey (2.4km)
Holy Cow (7.7km)
Moose Track (1.2km)
Otter Loop (0.8km)
Pony Loop (0.8km)
Whiskey Jack (3.1km)
En Garde (2.2km)
Stellar Jay Loop (2.3km)

Backcountry Nordic Trails

Trail Name
Status
Bobcat (0.8km) Spring conditions
Bruin Romp (1.5km) Spring conditions
Cougar (1.1km) Spring conditions
Crossing (1.9km) Spring conditions
Deer Run (0.8km) Spring conditions
Ermine (0.6km) Spring conditions
Fisher (1.2km) Spring conditions
Lynx Trail (0.9km) Spring conditions
Martin (1.3km) Spring conditions
Mt. Morrisey Circuit (2.2km) Spring conditions
Mt. Morrisey Link (1.5km) Spring conditions
Mt. Morrisey Road (1.0km) Spring conditions
Screech Owl (0.7km) Spring conditions
Wolverine (1.9km) Spring conditions

Please NOTE:

Backcountry trails are neither groomed nor patrolled, and are not recommended for those new to the trail system or new to Nordic skiing. They are operated in conjunction with the Province of BC and the Kamloops Outdoor Club.

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