3,678 acres of terrain, the second largest ski area in BC
Secwepemc people of the Interior Salish First Nations were the inhabitants of the Thompson Okanagan for centuries some time after the last ice age. Due to the ever changing seasons the people were semi-nomadic in their lifestyle, surviving in and hunting different regions for various food sources.
In 1993, Tod Mountain was purchased to go under development as a world class ski resort, now known as Sun Peaks.
Summer average 19+ degrees Celsius
Winter average -6 degrees Celsius
Climate and conditions vary at different altitudes.