Not in Kansas anymore

When the power went out I was hunched over my computer, frantically working to meet a deadline, the same position I’d been in since five o’clock that morning. It was now four o’clock in the afternoon and the sun was dipping behind the mountains. With work no longer an option, I ventured into the dying light to take some fresh...
Toonie Days are returning to Sun Peaks Resort this winter and if you live in Kamloops and the surrounding area, Washington, or the Lower Mainland, take note of your special Toonie Day! November 25           Washington Toonie Day November 26           Lower Mainland Toonie Day December 6             Kamloops Toonie Day Bring your $2 bucks and a non-perishable food item for the Salvation Army and hit...
Andy Armstrong has been a snowboard instructor at Sun Peaks for nearly ten years, but has also coached snowboard cross to riders looking for something different than freestyle competitions. He said he believes Sun Peaks currently has enough momentum to kick off something new and exciting for the mountain. “We have a lot of excellent ski teams here that are...
Volunteer capacity doubles with new tools As the snow melts and trails begin to dry, cross country biking and hiking enthusiasts are getting ready and the Sun Peaks Recreational Trail Association (SPRTA) is preparing for the warm months ahead. SPRTA will be purchasing new tools for trail maintenance and building thanks to a $1,560 community grant from the Sun Peaks Mountain...
A call to arms has been made to all amateur herpetologists — reptile and amphibian enthusiasts — to participate in International Herp Day on Sunday, June 2. In this case the arms will be a pen, notebook, and camera and the mission to hike, within a 50 kilometre radius of a base point, recording all herps that are visible. Participants...