EXPERIENCE LIFE WITH TWO

WHEELS ON THE GROUND.

This year we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Sun Peaks Bike Park and it’s going to be a massive summer of riding! As well as an extended season of bonus weekends through September, we’re investing $350,000 into building new trails, following on from a significant trail development year in 2018. Once the dust from the machines settles a new set of fast and flowing freeride trails catering to riders from beginners right through to experts will be revealed, loaded with tons of hits and berms for maximum airtime, to go along with our renowned steep and technical singletrack.

Our legendary technical trails have a storied DH racing history which continues to this day, as pros and racers regularly visit Sun Peaks to practice their skills. We’re proud hosts of a stop on the BC Downhill Cup series, and past hosts of both the BC Downhill Championships and Canadian National DH Championships.

The Sun Peaks Bike Park offers 2,000 feet of lift-access vertical, extended to nearly 2,500 feet when combined with the Altitude cross country trail into the alpine of Mt. Tod. With close to 70km of trails ranging from flowy machine-made cruisers to fully pinned DH singletrack, plus the new carpet lift-access Progression Park next to the village, every level of rider will find their new favourite line in Sun Peaks.

All the comforts of home are located right at the base of the mountain in our European inspired village and are bike friendly, so you can ditch the car and kick back on a patio after your day on the trails before a quick pedal back to wherever you’re hanging your hat for the evening. The interior BC bike mecca of Kamloops is also just 45 minutes down the road, meaning you can easily combine two epic riding locations into one trip.

On the cross country side, the jewel in the crown is Altitude, a stunning lift-access alpine XC loop. On Altitude you’ll traverse through the wildflower meadows, forests, and peaks of Mt. Tod before reaching tranquil Tod Lake. After leaving the lake you’ll descend back towards the chairlift, where you can connect with cruisey downhill trail Level Up for a fun, flowy descent back to the village, completing 16kms of beautiful alpine riding.

Outside of the Bike Park, the Valley XC trail network offers a small but growing selection of trails to explore free of charge. Trails are maintained by the Sun Peaks Recreational Trail Association, a dedicated group of community trail builders, and include a mix of singletrack cross country trails and double track access roads. With trails to suit any level of rider, it’s a great option if you’ve made the trip to Sun Peaks with less avid bikers in tow.

Join us in Sun Peaks this summer to shred the 20th Anniversary season in style!

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BIKE PARK FACTS

  • Sun Peaks Bike Park has been sending it since 1999
  • Approximately 70km of trails including a dirt jump park
  • 595m (1952′) of lift-accessed vertical - expanded to 762m (2500’) with the addition of the Altitude XC trail
  • Lift access provided by the Sunburst Express quad chairlift fitted with bike carriers and the Bike Park Carpets
  • Cross country riding is offered via lift-access in the Bike Park, as well as on Mt. Morrisey, throughout the valley, and out to McGillivray Lake

BIKE PARK FACTS

  • Sun Peaks Bike Park has been sending it since 1999
  • Approximately 70km of trails including a dirt jump park
  • 595m (1952′) of lift-accessed vertical - expanded to 762m (2500’) with the addition of the Altitude XC trail
  • Lift access provided by the Sunburst Express quad chairlift fitted with bike carriers and the Bike Park Carpets
  • Cross country riding is offered via lift-access in the Bike Park, as well as on Mt. Morrisey, throughout the valley, and out to McGillivray Lake

HOURS

& TICKETS

Regular season hours of operation for the Bike Park are 10:00am to 7:00pm daily, from June 21st to September 2nd, 2019. That’s 9 hours of lift-access riding per day!

The 2019 season has been extended with BONUS weekends, Friday to Sunday, September 6 to 8, 13 to 15, 20 to 22, and 27 to 29. 

Save up to 30% when you pre-purchase your day tickets online!

Staying longer? You can also save with our 3 or 5 day Peaks Bike Cards. Peaks Card days do not have to be used consecutively, so you can pick and choose the days that work best for you.

ADDED BONUS! Once you use the 3 or 5 days on your Peaks Bike Card you can purchase full day lift tickets at a 10% discounted rate throughout the remainder of the 2019 summer season.

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HOURS

& TICKETS

Regular season hours of operation for the Bike Park are 10:00am to 7:00pm daily, from June 21st to September 2nd, 2019. That’s 9 hours of lift-access riding per day!

The 2019 season has been extended with BONUS weekends, Friday to Sunday, September 6 to 8, 13 to 15, 20 to 22, and 27 to 29. 

Save up to 30% when you pre-purchase your day tickets online!

Staying longer? You can also save with our 3 or 5 day Peaks Bike Cards. Peaks Card days do not have to be used consecutively, so you can pick and choose the days that work best for you.

ADDED BONUS! Once you use the 3 or 5 days on your Peaks Bike Card you can purchase full day lift tickets at a 10% discounted rate throughout the remainder of the 2019 summer season.

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GETTING

HERE

Driving - Sun Peaks Resort is located in the interior of British Columbia, Canada, just 45 minutes north of Kamloops. If driving from the Lower Mainland (Vancouver), the best, easiest, and most direct route to Sun Peaks Resort is via Highway 5 North (the Coquihalla), exiting at Tod Mountain Road by Heffley Creek, BC.

Flying - There are airports in both Kamloops (domestic) and Kelowna (international) making Sun Peaks easily accessible from around the world on several major airlines including Air CanadaWestJetUnited, and Alaska.

Airport Shuttle Service to/from Kamloops Airport is available during the summer season. Please book 72 hours in advance.

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GETTING

HERE

Driving - Sun Peaks Resort is located in the interior of British Columbia, Canada, just 45 minutes north of Kamloops. If driving from the Lower Mainland (Vancouver), the best, easiest, and most direct route to Sun Peaks Resort is via Highway 5 North (the Coquihalla), exiting at Tod Mountain Road by Heffley Creek, BC.

Flying - There are airports in both Kamloops (domestic) and Kelowna (international) making Sun Peaks easily accessible from around the world on several major airlines including Air CanadaWestJetUnited, and Alaska.

Airport Shuttle Service to/from Kamloops Airport is available during the summer season. Please book 72 hours in advance.

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