As the second-largest ski area in Canada, Sun Peaks has 135 trails and 16 gladded areas. The skiable vertical is 2,894 feet (882 meters) with a top elevation of 7,060 feet (2,152 meters). The village elevation is a gentle 4,116 feet (1,255 meters). It has two alpine bowls and a longest run of 5 miles (8 kilometers). The mix of the terrain is 10 % beginner, 58% intermediate, and 32% advanced.

It’s an intermediates paradise with open groomers as it isn’t a steep resort but offers some honest steeper runs that you still need to concentrate on. Opening mid-November and closing mid-April, Sun Peaks receives up to 237 inches (6 meters) of quality, British Columbia interior snow on average each season.

The resort is well serviced by 12 lifts keeping an uncrowded feel that you expect from the interior resorts.

Sun Peaks Mountain Terrain

Skiable Terrain4,270 acres (1,730 hectares)
Vertical882 m (2,893 ft)
Top Elevation2,152 m (7,060 ft)
Base Elevation1255 m (4,117 ft)
Average Snowfall559 cm (220 in/18 ft)
Beginner Terrain10%
Intermediate Terrain58%
Advanced Terrain32%
Winter lifts Total12
Chair Lifts6
Surface Lifts6
Lift Capacity12,000
Longest Run8 km (5.0 mi)
Nordic Cross Country37.8 km
Mountain Restaurants20
Snowmaking250 ac (101 hectares)
Village Bed Base7,000
Season OpensNovember 20, 2021
Season ClosesApril 10, 2022