Ski Resort Sun Peaks Resort in the Northern British Columbia: Position on map

Review Sun Peaks Resort: On Mountain Dining

Category On Mountain Dining: Official review by Snow-Online.com
  • Mountain huts with beautiful vista
  • Charming mountain huts
  • Little variety of cuisines
  • Mountain huts not evenly spread in the resort
  • Few mountain huts
On Mountain Dining 6 / 10
Overall score: 78 / 100

Only One Mountain Hut in Canada's 2nd Largest Ski Resort

Located at the top station of Sunburst Express, Sunburst Lodge is the only mountain hut in the entire ski area. Sunburst offers scenic views of the surrounding valleys and serves pretty much everything from Chinese fare to bakery goods to tasty salads, soups, burgers and Tex-Mex in a self-service cafeteria style. Nevertheless, you will not find any other culinary leaps at Sun Peaks.

Plenty of Options in Sun Peaks Village

Anyone who is not necessarily looking for outstanding food options next to the slopes will be happy to hear that the village offers plenty! If you do not shy away from taking off your skis, Sun Peaks Village offers numerous venues in order to experience a culinary journey. Our go-to: The Voyageur Bistro. The menu offers numerous Canadian specialties such as spare ribs, bison burger, or elk cutlet.

What's more? Casa Mexicana offers excellent Tex-Mex fare, Powder Hounds Restaurant serves German-Canadian cuisine, and there are also several Italian restaurants, like Bella Italia or the Mountain High Pizza. The Oya Japanese Restaurant is where to head to if you consider yourself a sushi lover.

Verdict is in: Although Canada's second largest ski resort features only one mountain hut, there are numerous options to go for down in the village. But still, mountain huts are definitely missing and more of them are needed here. However, in the evening guests are spoilt for choice in Sun Peaks Village.