There are slopes of all difficulty levels at the Sunshine Village ski resort. The slopes in the upper area lead down from above the treeline. On Goat's Eye Mountain, advanced skiers will find their territory. You can ski over steep mountain flanks down to the valley. The Lookout Mountain is a mountain for beginners and advanced skiers, while on Mount Standish, beginners and advanced beginners will find what they are looking for. In the lower part of the ski resort, the slopes lead through forest glades to the base.
Total: 109 km
Artificial snow-making 2 Snow cannons 1 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available The easy valley run can also be mastered by beginners.
above tree line
under tree line
Lookout Mountain-Gondola Base · Length 8 km · Elevation difference 1070 m The longest slope leads from Lookout Mountain over the easy slope No. 34 Green Run to Sunshine Village and than further over the easy slope No. 1 Bannf Avenue to the base station. If you take the Jackrabbit quad chairlift up a bit, you can avoid a long ski path.
Most difficult run
The Wildwest & Delirium Dive · Length 0.8 km · Elevation difference 500 m The Wildwest & Delirium Dive are extreme slopes through rocky chutes and over cliffs. You must log your name at Scurfield Point and are only permitted to ski with a helmet and avalanche search equipment.
Glade Runner No. 79
Wawa Bowl No. 59
World Cup Downhill No. 27
Angel Flight No. 35
Snow park/Fun park
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