Operations Update – December 3, 2022
Early season conditions exist on the trails so please ski with caution. We ask guests to make good choices and respect all terrain closures.
We are pleased to announce dogs and fat bikes are now permitted on designated trails. For quick access to McGillivray Lake Trail (dog and fat bike friendly), use the east end of P5.
DAILY GROOMING REPORT PDF
A PDF version of the grooming report is uploaded daily by approximately 7:30am; but is subject to change. For live, up-to-date grooming status, scroll down to view the Nordic Trail Status information.
The below grooming status is updated in real-time, overnight as the grooming team works the slopes. 'Groomed with Fresh' status indicates 5+ cm of fresh snowfall since the trail was groomed.
- Groomed & trackset
- Groomed & trackset with fresh
Groomed & Trackset Nordic Trails
Backcountry Nordic Trails
You may encounter wildlife on Nordic and Backcountry trails at any time. Please ski in pairs.
The lift-accessed Holy Cow trail features several significant downhill sections and is best suited to confident intermediate or advanced Nordic skiers. Guests should be comfortable on intermediate trails throughout the rest of the Sun Peaks network before attempting Holy Cow.
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.
2022-23 Nordic Trail Map
Note: Nordic trails Village, McGillivray Lake, and Raven Return are designated as shared use with fat biking. To learn more about Fat Biking in Sun Peaks, click here.
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