Terrain (Mountains) CLOSED for the winter season
UPDATE: April 3
This is a friendly yet strong reminder that access to all alpine terrain within the resort boundaries at Sun Peaks is closed for the season.
Without regular operational or safety staff on mountain, the danger and risk are substantial for a variety of important reasons. In addition, current public avalanche conditions are no longer being issued by agencies in Canada and a number of natural hazards also exist within the ski area boundary now that operations have finished for the season.
Take all of these considerations seriously and avoid putting our limited staff, community, and health care system at further unnecessary risk. Please respect these closures, especially in light of the current challenging situation.
UPDATE: March 26
All uphill access throughout Sun Peaks Resort (including Orient area) is now fully closed for the season. While our pilot project around the Orient chair was successful over the last week, we must now end access for the winter. We no longer have the availability of on-site safety teams for this purpose and we do not want to run the risk of further burdening the medical system due to any alpine ski related activity. We will continue to evaluate similar opportunities for the future.
Nordic, snowshoe, and fatbike trails in the valley remain accessible for local traffic only. We ask that other guests do not visit the resort at this time for any recreational purposes.
Thank you for your support and cooperation.
lift and Trail status
The below lift status is updated each morning as the lifts open in real-time. 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 with fresh