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Alpine
Temperature
1.4 °C
34.4 °F
24 Hour
Snowfall
0 cm
0 in
Mid-Mountain
Temperature
3.4 °C
38.2 °F
Alpine
Snow Depth
175 cm
69 in

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Sun Peaks Unveils New Winter Activities in Time for Holiday Guests
December 22, 2015:  Sun Peaks, BC (December 22, 2015) - Sun Peaks and local activity operators have added an array of brand new, unique winter activities this season to the already jam-packed activity roster. 
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Sun Peaks Prepares for Santa's Alpine Visit
December 2, 2015: 

Sun Peaks, BC (December 1, 2015) - Canada's alpine village will come alive with the magic and holiday cheer of Santa’s Alpine Visit on December 12. Guests can enjoy memorable photos with Santa, artisan gift shopping, complimentary family activities and much more.

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Sun Peaks Resort Launches Online Dynamic Ticket Pricing
November 26, 2015:  Sun Peaks, BC (November 26, 2015) - Sun Peaks Resort is extremely excited to announce the launch of online, advanced day ticket sales for alpine skiing using a dynamic pricing model. Read full article ›
Sun Peaks Resort abuzz prior to early open
November 19, 2015:  Sun Peaks, BC (November 19th) - With an early opening day just 24 hrs away, Sun Peaks Resort is bustling with the anticipation of a 9:00 a.m. start on Friday. Thanks to the recent abundant snowfall, alpine and nordic conditions are in great shape for guests to enjoy their first turns of the season. Read full article ›
Sun Peaks to open early amidst heavy snowfall
November 16, 2015:  Sun Peaks, BC (November 16, 2015) - Heavy interior snowfall due to strong Pacific winter storms off BC’s coast have allowed Sun Peaks Resort to open its doors early for the ski season. The mountain has accumulated over 47 centimeters of snow in just the past seven days. This trend is expected to continue with another 26 centimeters anticipated to fall before the end of the week. Canada's 2nd Largest Ski Area will turn its lifts on and open the doors to downhill and nordic skiers this Friday, November 20th.  Read full article ›
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