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Sun Peaks Resort

Contact Info
Snow Report:
Skiable Acres:
3,678 Acres
Vertical Drop:
2891 feet
Summit Elevation:
7060 feet (2152 m)

Hours + Prices


Daily: 9am - 3:30pm
Half Day: 12pm

November - April


  • Adaptive Skier
  • Night Skiing
  • Terrain Park
  • Cross-Country Trails
  • Snowshoe Trails
  • Snow Tubing
  • Snowmaking
  • Snowboard Rentals
  • Ski Rentals
  • Snowboard Lessons
  • Ski Lessons
  • Snowcat Skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Nearby Lodging
  • Child Care
  • Children's Programs
  • Women's Programs

Mountain Stats

Skiable Acres:
3,678 Acres
Average Snowfall:
208 Inches
Base Elevation:
4166 feet
Summit Elevation:
7060 feet (2152 m)
Vertical Drop:
2891 feet
Lifts and Runs
Lift Capacity:
12000 per hour
Number of Lifts:
12 Lifts
Longest Run:
26400 feet (8047 m)
Total Runs:
121 Runs

6 Surface Lifts, 1 Triple Chair, 2 Quad Chair, 3 Hi-Speed Quads

Terrain Park(s)
Half Pipe

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From Vancouver

Take Trans-Canada Highway 1 east from Vancouver, take the Coquihalla Highway to Kamloops. In Kamloops, take Highway 5 Exit northbound to Jasper. Look for signs to Sun Peaks Resort and turn right into Heffley Creek. Turn left at the Heffley General Store and take the two lane road to Sun Peaks Village.

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