WestJet just launched a new Vancouver-Kamloops flight, so you can fly Boston to Vancouver, hop a 40-minute flight to Kamloops, then take a shuttle to the mountain. Or fly Boston to Kelowna by way of Toronto and take a 2½-hour shuttle to Sun Peaks.
Where to stay
Choose from a bunk bed-style hostel (starting at $25.50 per person, per night) to the higher-end Delta Sun Peaks Resort (from $140) and condos (from $259) in the heart of the village.
Where to eat
Coast Sundance Lodge
Sandwiches from $6.25.
Mountain High Pizza
Pizzas from $16.
Masa’s Bar and Grill
Village Day Lodge
Fish and chips ($15), burgers ($11.30-$14), kids menu $7.50.
Delta Sun Peaks Resort
Breakfast buffet $21.40, dinner entrees from $26; kids 6 and under free for breakfast buffet and from kids menu.
What to do
Lift tickets: adults $74, 13-18 $59, 6-12 $37.60, under 6 free.
Family Fun Race Camp (two days): adults $281, kids 6-12 $244. Off-Piste Camp (3 days): adults $375, kids 6-12 $338.
Sundance Kids Centre: Offers day care starting at $36 (half day), ski lessons with child care starting at $73.40, and half-day (three-hour) lessons at $90.
Free tours: Nancy Greene Raine generally offers weekend tours at 1 p.m. from the top of the Sunburst Express chairlift, while Sun Guides lead free mountain tours for all ages and abilities, 9:15 a.m. and 1 p.m., meeting at the base of the mountain.
Adventure Centre: Village Day Lodge, 250-578-5542, can book sleigh rides, snowshoe tours, snowshoe golf, and more.
Inter Resort Shuttle: 800-807-3257. Explore other British Columbia resorts by hopping on one of these regular shuttles to Whistler Blackcomb, Silver Star, Big White, or Revelstoke Mountain Resort; rates vary.