At Sunshine, we spend a lot of time and energy planning events and activities that extend beyond the working experience. We believe that a big part of the employee experience is the opportunity to socialise and enjoy some of the incredible advantages that living in the Rocky Mountains and Bow Valley has to offer.

Skiing & Riding Benefits

All full-time staff ski ride free at Sunshine and receive significant discounts at over 13 other amazing Canadian ski & snowboard resorts.

Group Trips

Every year HR plans plenty of day and overnight trips for Sunshine Staff at reasonable prices. Here are some examples of group trips from previous years:

  • Lake Louise, Kicking Horse, Panorama, Red Mountain, Marmot Basin, Big White And Fernie Trips
  • NHL hockey games In Calgary
  • Calgary shopping trip
  • West Edmonton Mall trip
  • Ice Climbing
  • Paintball
  • Ice Fishing
  • Snowmobiling
  • Dog Sledding
  • Christmas Staff Party
  • Snowboarding movie premieres
  • Cleanest Room Contest for those with on-hill accommodation
  • End Of Year 'May Madness' Party with pig roast and DJ
  • Night Skiing for staff in the spring
  • Moonlight snowshoe hike
  • Avalanche training courses
  • Employee Of The Month dinner, part of our staff recognition program
  • Australia Day activities
  • Spring concert series in The Village, with past bands including III Scarlett, Aaron Pritchett, George Canyon and BC/DC

Our staff receives fantastic discounts at Sunshine Village, too. We offer discounts in our food & beverage outlets, retail store, on retail equipment and ski lessons. There are ten chairlifts and 107 trails within the alpine valley, formed by the three mountains (Mount Standish, Lookout Mountain, and Goat's Eye Mountain) that constitute Sunshine Village.The resort also boasts Banff's largest ski rental shop and the only Ski-in, ski-out hotel. The resort has terrain to suit all abilities. For advanced skiers and snowboarders the Delirium Drive, the ultimate front-country adventure with pitches of 40 degrees and vertical footage of 1919 feet.

 
Activities
 
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.
 
Tobogganing
 
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.
Tobogganing available Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings after lifts have closed on traditional Maplewood toboggans.

Banff's Largest Outdoor Hot Pool
 
After a vigorous day on the slopes, unwind in one of Banff’s largest outdoor hot pools. Complete the relaxation experience with a visit to our cedar-lined dry sauna.
 
 
After-Hours At 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.
 
 
Movie Nights
 
Sit back and relax after a day on the slopes with family movie nights in the activities room. There are popcorn and treats as we feature an early show for the kids, followed by a late show for adults.  Enjoy a different theme each week, from classics to recent releases.
 

Trip Into Town Of Banff

On Friday nights, you can head into Banff for the evening and catch the last gondola (10 pm) back to the lodge. A shuttle bus is available to take you to and from the town of Banff.  

 
 
 

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