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Okotoks, Alberta T1S 1A2
855-875-7700 Front view of the hotel

Sun Peaks Resort

Sun Peaks Resort

Sun Peaks Resort is British Columbia’s second largest ski area centered around a true ski in ski out Austrian inspired village.

The uncrowded slopes and 121 runs inspire confidence in novices, toddlers, snowboarders, and experts alike.

Sun Peaks has close to 4,000 acres of alpine terrain, with wide open groomed runs and bowls -- all blessed with abundant snowfalls of champagne powder. Everything from the advanced descents to the beginner slopes is designed with family fun in mind. The runs are serviced by twelve lifts, including five quad chairlifts.

Professional instructors will help visitors get the most out of the mountain, whether it be on skis or snowboards.

Ski Sun Peaks

Olympic Champion skier Nancy Greene, Sun Peaks Resort's Director of Skiing, was recently selected as Canada's female athlete of the century by the Canadian Press & Broadcast News. Join Nancy on the slopes for a complimentary guided tour, or take advantage of our complimentary Sun Peaks Guides to show you the ski area. Don't miss the opportunity to Ski Sun Peaks.

A new day care center entertains toddlers, and older kids can enjoy cruising in the Sun Kids Ski Camps.

Sun Peaks Mountain

Sun Peaks Mountain is just 40 minutes north of Kamloops, serviced by two international airlines and easily accessible by Greyhound bus. Driving time to Kamloops is 3.5 hours from Vancouver, 6.5 hours from Calgary and 5 hours from Seattle.


 Easiest:         10 % 
 More Difficult:  58 % 
 Most Difficult:  32 % 


Base Elevation:        3,933 ft   (1,199 m) 
Summit Elevation:      6,824 ft   (2,080 m) 
Vertical Drop:         2,891 ft   (881 m) 
Skiable Area:          3,678 acres   (1,377 hectares) 
Annual Snowfall:       220 in   (559 cm) 
Snowmaking:            8 % 
Number of Lifts:       12 
Uphill Lift Capacity:  12,000 per hour 
Types of Lifts:
    6 Surface Lifts
    1 Triple Chair
    2 Quad Chair
    3 Hi-Speed Quads 
Number of Trails:      121
Longest Run:           26,400 ft   (8,047 m) 


Telephone:   250 578-7222 
Snow Phone:  250 578-7232 
Facsimile:   250 578-7223