How cold does it get in Sun Peaks?

Weather by month // weather averages Sun Peaks

How cold does it get in Sun Peaks?

Weather by month // weather averages Sun Peaks

January December
Avg. Temperature °C (°F) -7.7 °C (18.1) °F -7.1 °C (19.1) °F
Min. Temperature °C (°F) -10.4 °C (13.4) °F -9.3 °C (15.3) °F
Max. Temperature °C (°F) -4 °C (24.9) °F -4.2 °C (24.4) °F
Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in) 61 (2.4) 68 (2.7)

How much snow does Sun Peaks have?

Sun Peaks snow depths: updated 01 April 2022

Upper snow depth: 92.1 in
Lower snow depth: 70.1 in

Is there smoke in Sun Peaks?

For this reason, we are implementing a smoke-free initiative for the mountain effective August 1, 2018. This initiative includes a policy that bans smoking of all types including tobacco, vaping, and cannabis (both recreational and prescribed).

How big is Sun Peaks Resort?

4,270 acres
Sun Peaks boasts Canada’s second largest ski area with a whopping 4,270 acres of skiable terrain!

What is the elevation of Sun Peaks?

Sun Peaks Resort
Vertical 882 m (2,894 ft)
Top elevation 2,152 m (7,060 ft)
Base elevation 1,255 m (4,117 ft)
Skiable area 4,270 acres (1,730 ha)

How much snow does big white get?

24.5 feet
The Big White ski resort is one of the largest in British Columbia with an average of 24.5 feet (7.5 meters) of snow per year. Dry and light champagne powder and comfortable winter temperatures make for a perfect winter.

How many mountains does Sun Peaks have?

three peaks
Our Winter Terrain Explore three peaks at Canada’s second largest ski area.

Who Owns Sun Peaks ski resort?

Nippon Cable Co. of Japan
Sun Peaks Resort LLP is a wholly owned Canadian subsidiary of Nippon Cable Co. of Japan. Nippon Cable also owns and operates several ski areas in Japan, and is the largest manufacturer of ski lifts in Asia.

What is Revelstoke known for?

Revelstoke might be famous for its downhill snowsports now, but once upon a time it was the place to be for ski jumping. Ski jumping was a craze brought to Revelstoke by the Norwegians who settled here in the late 1800s and early 1900s.