Sun Peak extends its ski season

12th February 2015, by Abi Butcher

Conditions are so good in Sun Peaks that the ski resort has already announced an extension to its season

Conditions are so good in Sun Peaks that the ski resort has already announced an extension to its season

The ski resort of Sun Peaks in Canada has announced an extension its winter season. The British Columbia resort has extended the season by a week from 6 to 12 April — to ensure locals will be able to enjoy a long Easter holiday.



“In addition to allowing guests to book longer Easter stays, our new terrain on the north east aspect of Tod Mountain provides some of the best and latest spring skiing in the area,” said Aidan Kelly, director of sales and marketing at Sun Peaks.

“We are excited to be offering later season access to this and other key areas of Sun Peaks.”

During that week, skiers will only need to buy a half-day lift pass, and Sun Peaks expects to have around 2,000 acres of skiing open, areas including Gil’s, Crystal Bowl, the front side of Mt. Tod, Sundance Mountain and the Rockstar Energy Terrain Park, along with four lifts — Sundance, Elevation, Crystal and Platter.



“We are well known for great spring snow and hope to take advantage of this to offer late season ski race training similar to our record setting pre-season race training experience,” said Mr Kelly.

 



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