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We were constantly on the alert as we headed to Sun Peaks for wild life and were successful in viewing black bears on the edge of the national park. We drove on the Yellow Highway passing Mt Robson which is the highest peak in the Canadian ...
... says it but everyone
thinks it. I don't know which is worse, the remote chance of getting
eaten by a bear or mountain lion, the good possibility of falling over a
cliff or getting buried in an avalanche or the foregone conclusion of
being sucked dry by mosquitos and other stinging insects.Then
there is the expense. Starting with the 10 essentials. I can barely
remember to bring water let alone the other 9 items that might or might
not include ...
... are an issue under sheer, rocky cliffs and "rock sheds " have been built to protect the trains. One place along the way was Lytton, where apparently there was the highest temperature ever recorded in Canada, 44 degrees Celsius, which seems surprising in the current mild weather. Further down is Hell's gate, the narrowest part of the Fraser River, where an ancient landslide closed the gap, and where the water is thrown down furiously. ...
... for some reason with only expensive properties left to book.
With this we looked into Sun Peaks Resort, a place in had heard of but didn't know much about. Bambi nor Mel had been there either so we jumped at the chance to try somewhere unknown and secured accommodation and off we went.
Sun Peaks is about a 2.5 hour drive north of Kelowna, the drive was beautiful with many frozen lakes and ...
... tyre!! We retired early with full stomachs and a good feeling about this place. What we didn't notice until the morning though was the quaint beauty of this place. It's small, picturesque, practically on the ski field, and there is snow everywhere - a skier's paradise! Heres a little about what we got up to each day...
Sunday morning - we were up bright and early today, the slopes were a little icy but we explored as much as we could. Sunpeaks has about 7 lifts ...