Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding
Winter snowfall in the Kamloops region is renowned for being light, dry, and powdery. From mid-November to mid-April, skiers and snowboarders have a variety of terrain ranging from beginner greens to double black diamonds at Harper Mountain and Sun Peaks Resort. The long ski season, accessibility to local mountains, and affordability makes Kamloops a popular destination for downhill skiing and snowboarding.
Canada's second largest destination ski resort offers guests award-winning skiing and snowboarding. Ski powder stashes and corduroy groomers over 4,720 acres across 3 peaks. Over 6 meters of light, dry, powder snow falls annually. Access 137 trails, including 19 gladed areas via 13 lifts and, when your legs are finished, enjoy après and fine dining in the European-style ski village.
A locals' secret, this small-scale ski resort has nostalgic charm. Just a short 20-minute drive from Kamloops, Harper Mountain features 16 runs, 400 acres of terrain, and 1,400 vertical feet. This family-friendly hill also includes a lift operated tube park, ski & snowboard terrain park, and snowshoe trails. Shred some laps after work and go night skiing from Thursday to Saturday 5pm to 9pm.
Plan Your Kamloops Winter Ski Getaway
Grab your gear, pack the car, and hit the road to Kamloops for an affordable, fun, and
surprising winter getaway. All roads lead to Kamloops... literally.