No Crowds. No lift lines. Pure simplicity.

Nestled in the Thompson Okanagan Region in beautiful British Columbia’s interior, Sun Peaks Resort is rapidly becoming the year-round destination of choice for outdoor enthusiasts. Sun Peaks three mountains soar over 882 vertical meters above the ski-in, ski-out village. You’ll find everything from steeps and moguls to cruisy intermediate and beginner trails, off-piste areas and a 10-acre terrain park.

Sun Peaks has 4,270 skiable acres making it the 2nd largest ski area in Canada. Each chairlift gives you access to blue, green and black diamond runs, so friends and families can all ride the chair together then split up and choose a trail to suit their ability level. Most trails lead right into the village so it’s easy to reconnect with your friends and family after a run.

Canada’s own Nancy Greene, Olympic Champion and Female Athlete of the 20th Century call Sun Peaks home and skis with guests most Saturdays and Sundays and holidays on her complimentary mountain tours. Complimentary mountain tours with the Sun Hosts are also available at 9.15 am and 1.00 pm daily.

This is a very family-friendly resort with kids activities such as the Tube Park, ice skating and sleigh rides as well as dog sledding and axe throwing for family fun. The slope-side Sundance Kids Centre offers services for children 18 months to 5 years. Sun Peaks offers something for everyone!

Sun Peaks offers a wide variety of dining and après-ski options. You’ll find a relaxed nightlife scene at Sun Peaks featuring pubs, lounges, restaurants, cafes, and live music performances.

Mountain Terrain:







Skiing Hours:
8.30am – 4.00pm

Summit Elevation:

2,082 m 

Vertical Drop:

882 m 

Skiable Area:

4,270 acres

Average Snowfall:

600cm (19.7 ft)


Snowboarder Friendly

Lift Information:

  • 3 high-speed quad chairlifts
  • 4 quad chairlifts
  • 6 surface lifts


139 trails with 19 gladed areas. Longest run: 8km (5 miles)


10-acre terrain park with zones for all abilities. 2 alpine bowls. 

Photo Courtesy of Sun Peaks Resort. Photo credit: Reuben Krabbe and Kelly Funk