Peak Pride is the world’s largest and freshest collection of winter pride events and we’re back for our 2nd year at Sun Peaks Resort!
We’re delighted to be able to bring the local community together to celebrate Canada’s freshest winter pride.
Sun Peaks offers deep steeps, long cruisers, glade zones, powder stashes, and corduroy groomers can all be found within 4,270 acres of skiable terrain. Three mountains surround a European-style, ski-through village filled with quaint shops, cafés, and eateries. Each mountain is easily accessible from the village, so you can ski all three peaks in the same day or stick to the mountain area that you love the most.
Peak Pride is 100% inclusive; the LGBT2Q+ community, allies, friends and families are all welcome ~ see you there!
We respectfully acknowledge that this event takes place on the unceded, traditional territory of the Secwepemc people.
The Sun Peaks Grand Hotel & Conference Centre is offering Peak Pride attendees discounted rates for the duration of the festival. To access these rates, please ensure you indicate that you are making your reservation specifically for Peak Pride.
Via Telephone: 1-844-SPGRAND (774-7263)
Via Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
GKNPP20 for the Hotel
GKNPP20S for The Residences
Travel by Car
Sun Peaks Resort is the closest resort in the interior of British Columbia from the Lower Mainland.
Attention GPS and Google Maps users – The best, easiest, and most direct route to Sun Peaks Resort is via Highway 5 North, exiting at Tod Mountain Road by Heffley Creek, BC. Some GPS providers and Google Maps suggest an alternative dirt back road route off of Highway 1 near Pritchard, BC, and Chase, BC. This route is closed to winter travel. More details on Sun Peaks’s website.
Travel By Air
With major airlines to choose from and gateways in both Kamloops and Kelowna, Sun Peaks is accessible from around the world. More details on Sun Peaks’s website.
Winter events help animate the resort while bringing new people and backgrounds to Sun Peaks for the first time. Pride events in general always have a ton of positive energy, and Peak Pride is no exception. We’re looking forward to round two being bigger and better this upcoming season.