Activities in Sun Peaks

Bear Bottom Lodge, located in Sun Peaks - the BC interior, is a year round vacation rental destination.  Bring your family and friends to this large, luxury vacation home to enjoy winter or summer in Sun Peaks.

Winter Activities in Sun PeaksSun Peaks Winter

Sun Peaks is a winter resort town. Fabulous ski and snowboard conditions and top quality amenities make Sun Peaks a great place to go for your winter vacation. The resort area includes cross-country and downhill skiing, tube runs and toboggan runs. And the winter nightlife is typical of a ski resort. Lots of great restaurants and night clubs await after a great day on the mountain.

If you enjoy wine, make sure to be in Sun Peaks for the winter wine festival, held in January. Or perhaps you'd like to try dogsledding. Sun Peaks has dogsled rides for your family. Take your family on the Spirit of Christmas train if you are visiting Sun Peaks during the holiday season. 

Ski in From Behind Bear Bottom Lodge

The easiet way to ski in to Bear Bottom Lodge after an epic day on the hill is via the brand new Lint Trap run or Tumble Dry run – off of the Morrisey Chair.

New Skating Rink - Coming Soon! 

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Summer Activities

Sun Peaks is much more than just a ski resort. Enjoy exceptional golf, great mountain biking trails, and events to rival much bigger luxury resort towns. Summer concerts, Ultra marathon events, and festivals will keep your stay at Sun Peaks an eventful one. Go fishing or waterskiing at nearby Heffley Lake for a daily outing.

Check out the nearby wineries and great restaurants in the area. Whether for the entire family, or a get-away for couples, Sun Peaks is a great choice for a summer destination

Sunburst Express Chair for biking and hiking open daily end of June - September 2017

Sun Peaks Golf Course

The 18-hole, par 72 Graham Cooke-designed course is surrounded by 3 mountains, Tod, Sundance, and Morrisey. This course provides many risk / reward opportunities for all skill levels.  At 1,200 metres, the 6,400 yard course is British Columbia’s highest. Bonuses of elevation are your ball flies longer, plus, the higher mountain air provides for cooler summer days.

Golfing runs May to September 2017

Sun Peaks Golf Course

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