Three Mountain Playground

Sun Peaks is a world-renowned, four-season destination located in the BC Interior, just 45 minutes from Kamloops, BC and 2 hours from the Okanagan.

Offering endless activities year round, such as alpine and Nordic skiing, mountain biking, golfing, live winter and summer entertainment and concert series, quality restaurants, cafes and upscale shopping – Sun Peaks has earned a steadfast reputation as a family-friendly location to spend leisure time or live full-time!

Sun Peaks in the Summer

Summer days in Sun Peaks bring refreshing temperatures and breathtaking 360-degree mountain views. Experience alpine hiking, biking, golfing, family activities, events and more. Wander through the pedestrian village filled with restaurants, cafés and shops.

Sun Peaks in the Winter

Three mountains surround a European-style, ski-through village filled with quaint shops, cafés, and eateries. Sun Peaks has an abundance of winter activities and events both on and off the slopes; from Nordic skiing to skating and more.

Photo: Reuben Krabbe


Sun Peaks alpine terrain covers more than 4,000 acres and is the second largest area of skiable terrain in Canada!

This three-mountain destination offers incredible diversity in both alpine and Nordic conditions ensuring that snow sport enthusiasts of all levels and ages have a memorable, enjoyable experience!

Photo: Reuben Krabbe


Mountain biking at Sun Peaks has gained a significant following from riders, locally, and from around the world.

With more than 2,000 feet of lift accessed vertical, and new alpine and cross-country routes added continuously, time on the trails make for unforgettable experiences. Sun Peaks Bike Park is designed for all levels and ages and also offers a range of camps and clinics.

Photo: Blake Jorgenson


When fun on snow becomes fun on water.

If you are wanting time on the water, McGillivray Lake is as scenic as a mountain lake gets – by kayak, canoe or stand up paddle board. Nearby Heffley Lake is the perfect place to paddle, splash or relax all day.

Photo: Blake Jorgenson


This four-season resort is famous for attracting families – from both near and far.

One of the biggest reasons is the inclusive family fun that can be had year round. While the main attractions have long been the alpine slopes, Nordic trails, the alpine meadows and the championship 18 hole golf course, people now come and stay at Sun Peaks for the mountain biking, bike park, paddle boarding and live concerts.

Photo: Kelly Funk


Start your adventure from the village or take the lift into the alpine to start your trek.

Scenic alpine meadows and endless, bold pops of colour from flowers that cover the ground as far as the eye can see are just a couple of the reasons why Sun Peaks has earned a reputation for its memorable hiking experiences. Dozens of hiking trails are available, from novice to more technical terrain, that make the most of the mountain and valley views.

Photo: Kelly Funk


Numerous eateries at Sun Peaks offer delicious food and beverages that appeal to a wide variety of culinary tastes.

Start your day with a quick cup of coffee or tea, fresh baked treats, or relax with a variety of savoury sit-down breakfast options. Then end your day in one of the resort’s full service licensed restaurants, each with its unique ambiance and culinary offerings.

Photo: Mary Putnam


Glide on ice at Sun Peaks’ NHL sized open-air rink.

Enjoy the magic of winter while skating at Sun Peaks’ new covered, open-air, NHL-sized ice rink. Located just a short walk from the village center, the rink is fun for the whole family.

Photo: Kelly Funk


Boutique and sports shops carry the most up-to-date fashions and multi-sport equipment.

From tune-ups to an entire set of new gear, sporting goods and service are exceptional, year round. You will find quality brands in both sport and leisure fashions for adults and children. There are also a number of distinct artists boutiques, jewelers and homeware shops offering endless gift solutions.

Photo: Kelly Funk


Have you played at British Columbia’s highest elevation 18-hole course at Sun Peaks Resort?

Experience the greens at 1,200 metres along this one-of-a-kind, Graham Cooke designed course. The scenic surroundings won’t disappoint with panoramic alpine views and cooler temperatures ideal for a game on a summer’s day.

Photo: Kelly Funk


Sun Peaks Village is home to dozens of pubs, cafes and restaurants to cater to every taste.

Whether you are looking for an intimate fine-dining experience for two, a pub to gather with friends, or a live concert in summer or winter, Sun Peaks is home to eateries and events for every taste. What’s more is Switchback Creek Sun Peaks is a short walk from all of it.

Photo: Kelly Funk


Sun Peaks is home to this unique ski-in/ski-out school.

Sun Peaks Elementary School is located right on the ski hill and is truly one of a kind. An improved school facility is now open right next to the base of Morrisey chairlift, offering greater capacity for the growing community.

Photo: Zuzy Rocka


Relax and unwind while soaking in stunning alpine views.

Elevate your wellness and indulge in some self-care in Sun Peaks. There is something for everyone with spa, salon, massage, acupuncture, fitness and yoga facilities all to choose from.