Sun Peaks Grand Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSun Peaks Grand Hotel & Conference Centre
The hotel is very comfortable and the staff have been great. The buffet we had for tea was one of the nicest meals we have had in Canada so far.
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9.30 start today and it was still very still and chilly. 429 km to cover today. We had to stop at road works near a bit of a clearing and then out of the bushes wandered a large bull elk, and weren't the cameras going crazy. He fed for a while and came out into the open and crossed the road about three vehicles in front of us, so we were pretty …
Today we traveled from Jasper to Sun Peaks after all the big rocks and trees and lake and rivers that we have seen so far this was a comparatively uninspiring day apart from three highlights.
The first was Mount Robson the highest mountain in the Canadian Rockies but not the highest in Canada, it was clouded at the top but the shear rock …
Today we have a long road trip to Sun Peaks. Along the way we sampled local fruit wine at Bonaparte Bend Boutique Winery. The wines are made from produce grown at the winery, eg Apple Cider and Raspberry Wine - definitely prefer C******nay and Shiraz.
Arrived at the Delta Sun Peaks Resort late in the afternoon. Sun Peaks …
Duffey lake - logs Lillooet Fraser river
One uncomfortable Greyhound bus trip later and we hit up Kamloops at 11.30pm. Brooke's Mum’s friend who she had never met picked us up and they were literally THE nicest, cutest couple in the world! They put us up for the night, fed us and took us to the airport the next day to catch a shuttle at 7.30am. Firstly, the driver was totally bonkers who spent the whole trip trying to convince us that wild sheep with horns as heavy as 20kg and over a metre wide roamed the hills ...