With plentiful outdoor events, British Columbia ski resort Sun Peaks is also an enticing summer destination
This is the state of affairs: tight chest, rapid breathing, bright red face. Have I just run a 5k? No. In fact, I’m only five minutes into a relatively easy early-morning hike. The reason I’m presenting the fitness levels of a sloth is the altitude. I’m en route to the Top of the World viewpoint, which can be found at a mighty 2,080 metres (6,800 feet) above sea level – one of the highest points on Tod Mountain.
The village in Sun Peaks, Canada’s second largest ski area, is cradled in the valley below by three prominent peaks: Sundance Mountain, Mount Morrissey and my choice of terrain, Tod Mountain.