$119 to hit the slopes early in Banff

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Posted October 23, 2013 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

vicky vacay deal of the dayTravel Deal for October 23, 2013

Sunshine Village boasts that it is the only “ski-in, ski-out lodge” in beautiful Banff National Park. You’ll be able to find out for yourself what an advantage that kind of convenience is when you book this terrific early-season getaway.

The Stay and Ski Special rewards those eager schussers with a bargain rate at the beginning of the season in Alberta.

The package runs from November 14-28, 2013, and starts at $119 per person. It includes:

  • One night’s accommodation at Sunshine Mountain Lodge
  • Next-day lift pass
  • Hot breakfast

This deal must be booked by November 8 to be eligible for the savings.

Vacay.ca Hits the Hills at Sunshine Village

It wasn’t that long ago that Vacay.ca was drifting through the hills at Sunshine Village. Back in the spring, Family Travel Columnist Jody Robbins checked out the resort and was impressed by its ski-in, ski-out facility.

Robbins writes: “As a parent (and fair-weather skier), what’s most attractive about the property is the ability to pop back and forth between the room and the hill. You can shred down 3,000 vertical feet of world-class terrain, then run back inside and throw on a kid’s program while you partake in après-ski on the balcony (as I might have done). Deciding which of the 190 runs on three mountains to start on is no easy task. With eight high speed quads, and more than 3,000 skiable acres, there’s plenty of powder stashes to be found in corners all over of the resort. While the pros can rip down Goat’s Eye in under 10 minutes, I’m partial to its wide-open cruisers and take my time getting down the 9,200-foot mountain.”

Read the rest of “Sunshine Springs Into Action in Banff”

To book the ski deal at Sunshine Village: Telephone toll free at 1-87-SKI-BANFF (1-877-542-2633) or visit the property’s website.

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