Banff Sunshine Village!

It’s a beautiful spring season right now at the Banff Sunshine Village in Canada. With a total snowfall to date of 810 cm (26 ft 7 in) and sunny days in the forecast, it’s starting to look a lot like spring at Banff Sunshine! awaiting the spring pow. Soak up the best of the Rockies as you carve up the slopes from March 18th to Slush Cup Monday on May 18th, 2020.

Since Banff Sunshine is located high on the continental divide in one of the world’s most pristine environments – Banff National Park, high in the Canadian Rockies, it is always blessed with clean, fresh, mountain air.

Historically, in the ski industry, everyone has been historically male. In Canada, it was the arrival of Swiss Mountain Guides in the early 1900s who put the Canadian Rockies on the map. At the time, the Rockies were the wild west. But today at Banff Sunshine, you can see a closer gender parity with guests and staff. From snow safety to lift operations, marketing to guest services, carpentry to legal counsel; it’s women behind the scenes with a passion for the mountains, that are running the hill and bringing the magic of Banff Sunshine to life.

Banff Sunshine Village is highly committed to safety and fun. As an organisation, they care about the health and wellbeing of both their guests and their team members. To ensure the healthiness of the mountains, they continue to follow best practices as published from public health agencies, while diligently monitoring updates. To ensure public safety at Banff Sunshine, they have a dedicated wellness team focusing their efforts on pathogen prevention, wellness education, and working with mountain departments to implement the necessary precautions.

For the health and wellbeing of their mountain resort, they have increased the frequency of their deep cleaning efforts, and have enhanced resort-wide sanitisation. To stop germs in their tracks they are cleaning all surfaces washrooms, common areas, and lodging areas with disinfectant and bleach-based products. Hand sanitiser and single-use tissue stations are available throughout their resort, and they encourage all their visitors to practice good hygiene while out on the mountain. If you’re planning a spring-summer sojourn for the coming months, after coronovirus subsides, there cannot be a better holiday destination than Banff Sunshine Village.