Sun Peaks Resort, BC is the latest ski area to join the Mountain Collective pass for the 2020-21 season. Sun Peaks joins the recent additions of Sugarloaf, ME; Panorama, BC; Grand Targhee, WY, and Chamonix, France announced earlier this spring. This brings the total number of destinations on the Mountain Collective pass to 23.
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For US$469, adult skiers can buy a Mountain Collective pass; they can enjoy two days at the slopes at each of the 23 partner sites (that’s 46 days of skiing or snowboarding fun).
“As the second largest ski area in Canada and seventh largest in North America, Sun Peaks is thrilled to be connecting with this industry-leading collection of destinations. The value and opportunity for guests from around the world to experience so many incredible places together on one pass is amazing.”
– Aidan Kelly, chief marketing officer for Sun Peaks Resort
Kelly also added that local Sun Peaks season pass holders will also receive 50 percent off lift tickets purchased at any of the Mountain Collective resorts:
“This creates a tremendous value-add with half price skiing at key Western Canada destinations such as Revelstoke, Panorama, Banff Sunshine, and Lake Louise, along with numerous other top resorts throughout North America and around the globe.”
Visit the Mountain Collective website for more information, or to buy your pass.
Sun Peaks Resort is an alpine ski resort located in Sun Peaks, British Columbia, Canada, 35-miles northeast of Kamloops.
The summit of the ski area is at an elevation of 6,820-feet, with a 2,890-foot vertical rise from the base to the peak. The resort has 4,270-acres of skiable terrain (second largest in Canada) and receives an average of 18-feet of snow per year. Sun Peaks area averages over 2,000 hours of sun a year.
The resort has 13 lifts with a total capacity of 13,400 riders per hour, with the Burfield chair being the longest at 23 minutes total ride. There are 137 runs, including 16 gladed areas and 25-miles of cross country trails. The ski area comprises three mountains: Tod Mountain, Sundance Mountain, and Mt. Morrisey.