Sunshine Mountain Lodge
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Photos of Sunshine Mountain Lodge
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Sunshine Mountain Lodge Banff
Travel Blogs from Banff
... increased heat rate was worth every beat as the views were amazing. We stopped for a pot of tea and a light lunch, then with recharged batteries decided to tackle another km, to reach the summit of the Beehive. I would say the highlight of my trip so far. We then headed for the Lake Louise Gondola in the hope of spotting a Grizzly. The ride was nice, but no wildlife, however on ...
... blue of the ice was spectacular. Unfortunately we still couldn't see the top of any mountains as the mist did not clear. The skywalk would have been amazing if we could have seen anything, but we could not see a thing, it was so disappointing. The Bow summit was beautiful, the lake was a beautiful emerald green but again it continued to ...
... 8211; me as a producer, and Randy as a director – we should be able to make a short film that won't set back our careers or embarrass our families. Highly unlikely that anyone's gonna fire us if the project flops.
When we get home, our plan is to take the footage from this trip, learn a bit about editing and eventually post our video online. No clue how long this will take us, but when the video is ready, ...
... was cold (minus 5) and spectacular. The beautiful ice formations, little river ponds and trees were gorgeous, as well as the iced over water falls. There were heaps of people out walking, with families and dogs, and while parts of the track were slippery, they were manageable. I did manage to accidentally slide down one track when I lot my footing. John thought that was pretty funny. One of the treats was coming across a group of recreational ...
... through alpine meadows just starting to bloom and with mountain backdrops, but it didn’t deserve the hype. We had to pay to do it as you get a shuttle bus up a track owned by a skifield. These buses ran frequently until 11am and then again from 2pm, meaning that walkers were left with no option to get down during lunchtime, conveniently though there was a cafe owned by the skifield which was open for lunch right where you had to ...