Conveniently, Sun Peaks terrain is almost naturally divided. Beginners and intermediates will find plenty of terrain on the lower portions of the mountain and around the base area village, while expert skiers will want to head to the resort's 7,000-plus-foot summit to access steeps and powder bowls, and backcountry cat-skiing.
Sun Peaks offers cross-country skiers 19 miles of groomed Nordic trails and 14 miles of off-piste trails. There’s truly never a dull moment on a Sun Peaks ski vacation.
If Sun Peaks ski in ski out base village and picture perfect cruisers sound like the winter destination you've been dreaming of, start the booking process today. You can begin by searching our online Sun Peaks lodging inventory. Use the filters to narrow down the options based on your budget and preferences.
Great snow, great mountainMy husband and I spent a weekend snowboarding at Sun Peaks to celebrate his birthday. We were amazed by the mountain terrains and snow condition. We had a lot of fun! We are definitely coming back.
Quiet, yet ExpansiveGood
Sun Peaks village may be small... there might not be a lot of lodging available for how big the mountain is but that is not necessarily a bad thing.
Since the lodging is limited, you will want to book in advance, but you won't regret it. Sun Peaks is the second largest mountain in Canada next to Whistler Blackcomb. The only thing you'll miss is the crowds.
The snow is soft, light and plentiful. The views are expansive and the runs wide and flowing. If you want to escape even more go check out Morrisey! It's not a far traverse and you'll feel like you're the only one out there... and you might be aside from the lifties!
The village itself is quite charming. You can ski right in and have lunch along the village walkway or stop in for a coffee. There are shops and restaurants in plenty!
Overall, I would go back to Sun Peaks. I found it charming and beautiful.