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Thompson Okanagan

Sun Peaks Bike Park

Riders on dusty trail
Photo by Reuben Krabbe

Where You Belong

The Sun Peaks Bike Park offers 2,000 feet of lift-access vertical and one of Canada's top mountain biking destinations. With over 80 km (50 mi) of trails ranging from flowy machine-made cruisers to fully pinned downhill singletrack and the carpet lift-access Progression Park next to the village, every level of rider will find their new favourite line in Sun Peaks. On the cross-country side, the Altitude trail is a stunning 8-km (5-mi) lift-access alpine cross-country loop where you’ll traverse through wildflower meadows, forests, and peaks on Mount Tod before an epic descent to the village.

All the comforts of home are located right at the base of the mountain in the bike-friendly village. Outside of the park, the valley and Mt. Morrisey pedal-access trail network offers a growing selection of trails to explore free of charge—maintained by the Sun Peaks Recreational Trail Association—and includes a mix of singletrack trails and double-track access roads suited to any level of rider.

  • Opening Day: June 15, 2024
  • Closing Day: Sept 2, 2024
Number of Trails:
Highest Elevation:
2,009 (net descent: 595 m)
extra difficult
Sun Peaks Bike Park

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Getting here & Trail Access

Sun Peaks Bike Park is located in the interior of British Columbia, just 45 minutes north of Kamloops.

If coming from the Lower Mainland take Highway 5 north and from Calgary Highway 1 west to Highway 5 north, exiting at Tod Mountain Road by Heffley Creek.

Driving Distances & Times:

  • Vancouver - 415 km (258 mi), 4 hours 40 minutes
  • Calgary - 675 km (420 mi), 7 hours 50 minutes
  • Edmonton - 800 km (497 mi), 8 hours 50 minutes
  • Kelowna - 220 km (136 mi), 2 hours 50 minutes

Kamloops Airport (YKA) and Kelowna International Airport (YLW) make Sun Peaks Bike Park easily accessible from around the world on several major airlines including Air Canada, WestJet, United, and Alaska.

Trails at Sun Peaks Bike Park can be accessed by purchasing a lift ticket.

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