Snowshoe tour of the Village
Once the lifts close for the evening and the stars are out grab a pair of snowshoes and take a walk through the village. After your evening stroll, grab a steaming mug of hot chocolate fireside at the Chimney Corner Lounge.
On select evenings at the Sunshine Mountain Lodge the ski runs turn into tobogganing hills. Ask for a toboggan from our front desk and have a blast sliding down the mountain trails that surround the village.
After a vigorous day on the slopes, unwind in Banff’s largest outdoor hot tub. Complete the relaxation experience with a visit to our cedar-lined dry sauna.
Reconnect and rejuvenate with restorative yoga practices on select evenings at the Sunshine Mountain Lodge. A certified yoga instructor will guide you through your practice in a truly one-of-a-kind atmosphere.
Mad Trapper’s Saloon
For adults looking for some after-hours fun, the Mad Trapper’s Saloon provides a historic and authentic old-lodge experience. Built in 1928 by the Canadian Pacific Railway, the venue has now been transformed into a rustic mountain pub.
Family and Activity Rooms
The Sunshine Mountain Lodge features both a family room and an activity room equipped with pool table, arcade, jukebox, fireplace and flat-screen TV.
Sit back and relax after a day on the slopes with family movie nights in the activities room.
At Sunshine Village, we work and play in the heart of Banff National Park, an area so special, it is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Sunshine and Parks Canada work together to ensure snow sports have minimal impact on this unique location. Our employees, too, are actively encouraged to adopt an ethic of environmental stewardship and get the resources they need to make a difference.
Recent Environmental Awards:
- 2006 Silver Eagle Award for Excellence in Water Conservation
- 2006 The first resort in North America to be awarded the Responsible Tourism Award from Neilson Active Holidays
- 2008: Heritage Tourism Award by Banff Heritage Tourism for our unprecedented efforts to teach workers about the environmental uniqueness of Banff National Park