Ski Sun Peaks

Big slopes and big snow...without the big crowds!

Sun Peaks is Canada's biggest ski resort after Whistler, but the town feels small and friendly. The slopes are so quiet and have great terrain if you're an intermediate skier. Plus, it's a lot less chilly than the Canadian Rockies resorts but you still get the fine, fluffy powder!

Ashley Paton, Canadian Affair Travel Expert

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How to Book

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Discover Sun Peaks

Get to know the resort

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Where to Stay

The best hotels

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Ski Add-Ons

Lift passes, lessons & gear

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Beyond Ski

Top 3 winter activities

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Top Tips

Know before you go

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See Sun Peaks for yourself

Get inspired by these videos filmed on the slopes of Sun Peaks

Skiing in Sun Peaks

Find out tips to help you get the most from your ski holiday in Sun Peaks

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Ski Safaris

Sun Peaks' location in Interior British Columbia means it's perfect for pairing a ski holiday together with Whistler, on BC's coast. Fly into Vancouver and spend a couple of days exploring the city before driving up to Sun Peaks. Ski for a few days and then drive the scenic route to Whistler to ski Canada's biggest resort. Fly out of Vancouver.

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Ski-in, ski-out

The Sun Peaks village is pedestrianised and most accommodation is ski-in, ski-out. It couldn't be handier!


Ski with Nancy Greene

Ski for free with Nancy Greene (former Olympian, Canada’s Female Athlete of the 20th Century and a senator) on weekends at 1pm.

On-Mountain Dining

The Sunburst Lodge is located at the mid-mountain, with fantastic views, a tasty breakfast menu, and a quick serve pasta lunch.

The Best Apres

Bottoms Bar & Grill is one of the most lively après bars on the mountain. Masa's Bar & Grill also has a great choice of draught beer!

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The Best Runs

Experts should check out the super steep and speedy Chief, Expo and Challenger runs on Tod Mountain under the Burfield Chairlift. Headwalls on Tod is the location for the FIS World Cup Speed Skiing event. Cahilty is a more challenging green run for improvers. The winding Holy Cow trail on Morrisey is the best for Nordic skiers.

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