Thanks to abundant snowfall over the past few days, Sun Peaks’ three mountains are in excellent condition with great coverage, and the resort is poised to open additional terrain and lifts over the next couple days.
Thursday, November 26, 2015 will see the Burfield chairlift opening for the winter season, delivering skiers and riders 882 vertical metres into the high alpine of Mt. Tod. Ten lifts will be turning and over 100 alpine trails will be open across 3 mountains, offering top-to-bottom skiing. As of Thursday morning, alpine lift tickets will be full price.
It is shaping up to be a stellar early season at Sun Peaks.
See you on the mountain!
Get up-to-date Sun Peaks snowfall data for the past 1 hour, 12 hours, 24 hours, 48 hours, and 7 days, all updated via their telemetry system every 2 minutes utilizing an ultrasonic snow depth device at the mid mountain snow plot at 1,855m (6,086′). This system has been recording statistics since 1972.
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Sun Peaks Resort is located in the interior of British Columbia, Canada just 45 minutes north of Kamloops.
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