Sunburst Express – Sun Peaks, BC

Bottom terminal and maze area.
Lift line view from Sun Peaks Village.
Bottom station.
Early ’90s Doppelmayr Uni drive station.
Chair maintenance building with loop rail from the top terminal.
Drive station from above.
Return terminal.
View down the line.
Lower lift line.
Bubble chair.
View up the line.
Doppelmayr combo tower.

4 thoughts on “Sunburst Express – Sun Peaks, BC

  1. Donald Reif May 17, 2019 / 5:57 pm

    This lift is actually 2,800 pph or 2,400 pph, not 1,500.

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  2. Raj Thorp March 2, 2020 / 8:46 pm

    Why does this lift have extra height even on the return? Usually the returns on these models look like a U shape, with the middle exposed. Also, these bubbles are basically useless now. Since there is no covered parking area And they are old, they are so scratched and exposed to sun, making it impossible to see through. I think Sun Peaks could keep this lift because it never gets that busy, but when the chair gets too old, they should replace it with a six pack bubble, as long as they remember a chair parking bin so the bubbles don’t get ruined. Maybe the capacity will be more of an issue with the new crystal chair, because burfield Will have less traffic


    • Donald Reif February 15, 2021 / 3:17 pm

      That’s not unique to Sunburst. Jersey Cream and Glacier Express also have the raised stack on their return terminals, and they’re of the same vintage.


  3. Kaden February 15, 2021 / 2:06 pm

    The bubbles on this lift don’t actually look too out of shape.

    Liked by 1 person

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