Sun Peaks Resort

Protected from the mild, coastal weather by the Coast Mountains, Sun Peaks Resort can proudly boast some of the best winter conditions in Canada.  Sun Peaks Resort receives on average nearly 6 metres of  light and dry “easy to ski” powder and over 2000 hours of sunshine per year, so great snow and blue skies are a common occurrence.  4270 acres of skiable terrain spread over three mountains offer an amazing diversity for skiers and boarders of all standards, whether it  be gladed areas, bumps, steeps, long cruisers or alpine bowls.  The Rockstar Energy Terrain Park covers 10 acres with distinct zones for all abilities.  Sun Peaks also boasts over 34 kilometres of impeccable groomed and track-set trails for the Cross Country skier, all easily accessible from the Village.  All the amenities of this beautiful European style ski-through Village are located within walking distance of accommodation.

Gateway City             Kamloops 50km


Why Sun Peaks Resort

  • Sun Peaks is the second largest ski area in Canada with 4270 acres of skiable terrain and over 130 named runs, including the recently added advanced terrain in the Gils and West Morrisey areas
  • Charming, European ski through village, offering a good range of restaurants with the annual Food & Wine Festival in January as culinary highlight of the year
  • Explore the slopes by skiing with Olympic Champion Nancy Greene, named Canada’s Female Athlete of the Century, who will show you her favourite runs

Sun Peaks Resort Mountain Statistics

Summit 2080m
Base 1255m
Vertical 882m
Acres 4270
Lifts 12
Runs 136
Average Snowfall 600cm
Beginner 10%
Intermediate 58%
Advanced 32%

Additional Accommodation

Stone’s Throw/Settler’s Crossing, Timberline Village, Nancy Greene’s Cahilty Hotel & Suites