Sun Peaks

Sun Peaks

Sun Peaks is Canada’s second largest ski area with 1,728 hectares of terrain and is located in the Interior of British Columbia. A quick 45-minute flight from Vancouver and a 45-minute transfer from the airport will have you at your hotel and on skis in no time. Once arriving you’ll find 40 restaurants and shops, a pedestrian only, ski-through village, a diverse range of non-ski activities and 3 mountains surrounding the central area. Known for it’s light, dry powder and no crowds and lift queues, you’ll quickly understand why Sun Peaks is consistently ranked on of the top resorts in Canada. Enquire now for Sun Peaks packages, plus special reduced airfares to Canada through Travelplan with Qantas. Hurry, offer won't last - book by 7th May 2024. 


Beginner 10%
Intermediate 58%
Advanced/Expert 32%

At a Glance

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Accommodation Sun Peaks

Within the ski-through village of Sun Peaks you’ll find eight hotels and lodges ranging from moderate to luxury. Choose from standard hotel rooms, condo style units with kitchens to high ender apartments all just a short ski from the front door to the chairlift and ski school. Surrounding the village, you will find larger townhouses and condos that offer ski-in, ski-out access, private hot tubs and all the amenities of a home. December 2018 Sun Peaks opened the Orient Chairlift to better service this area and allow even better access to the slopes from these units. The free in-resort shuttle operates daily from 8am to 10pm to easily get into the village, or enjoy a short 10-15 minute walk along the valley trail.

Skiing & Boarding

Sun Peaks is Canada's second largest ski area. The three mountains of Sun Peaks surround the alpine village offering a 360-degree effect. Alpine trails flow down to the ski-through village and each chair offers a beginner and intermediate run off of every chairlift. Families of all abilities can ski together, choosing the run that best suits their abilities and easily meeting up in the village. The convenient design and layout of Sun Peaks also allows for no lift ques or crowds and the slopes all to yourself. Mums, dads and kids alike will love the dedicated beginners’ areas designed to help you progress from the learning slopes to the top of the mountain in no time. Programs include tots, kids and teen lessons, camps, clinics and off-piste programs for all ages. On weekends and holidays the platter lift is open late so you can keep practicing after the main lifts have closed. Consistent snow fall and light dry powder blanket the slopes and over 2,000 hours of sunshine each year. The beginner runs are wide open and groomed with the longest one being 8km’s long. Over half the terrain is intermediate making Sun Peaks a blue run paradise and those looking for steeper terrain and powder stashes can explore the 17 gladded areas or head in Gil’s, an inbounds area with a backcountry feel.
10% Beginner; 58% Intermediate; 24% Advanced and 8% Expert.


Experience winter off the slopes with one of Sun Peaks adventures. Whether you’re seeking adrenaline or looking for the quiet peacefulness of the outdoors, their line-up of activities delivers on all levels. Rush through the Sun Peaks backcountry by dog sled or experience the magic of winters night on snowshoes. Curl up with a blanket under the stars on a horse drawn sleigh ride or strap or a pair of ice skates at the skating rink. Play in the powder on a snowmobile tour or set out on the cross-country trails surrounding the resort. Other activities include Guided Ice Fishing, Tube Park, Cat Trax Groomer Rides, First Tracks, Terrain Park and Alpine Fondue and Starlight Descent.

Getting There & Around

To get there, take a quick 45-minute flight from Vancouver which is serviced by Air Canada. Airport shuttles meet every flight and take you directly to the resort in under an hour. Inter resort shuttles are available from Whistler, Big White and Silver Star if you’re looking at exploring another destination while in Canada. Sun Peaks has a walkable, pedestrian only village with a groomed, ski through centre. For those staying outside the village core in the town homes and condos you can catch the free in-resort shuttle which operates 8am to 4.30pm or ski out onto one of two chairlifts located in the East village. 

How Far

Kamloops Airport 58km

45 Minutes Bus or Drive

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