There were more people than ever at Sun Peaks Resort on New Year's Eve.
"We estimate 10,000 people helped us celebrate New Year's Eve day, with our 7,000 beds almost completely filled and around another 3,000 day visitors," said Brandi Schier, media and marketing co-ordinator for Sun Peaks Resort.
That's nine per cent above last year's New Year's Eve, which was the resort's highest single day ever.
"We also noticed an increase in the number of people enjoying our other winter experiences, such as dog sledding, snowshoeing, etc."
The resort had anticipated breaking the record for number of skiers on the weekend, but that didn't happen, Schier said.
"We didn't see any single-day ski records, but the 15-day holiday period will be up over last year. This is because the midweek (statutory holidays) helped spread the business over more days, which was actually beneficial to our guests who had a 'less busy' experience at lift lines and resort amenities."