Sunshine’s 2013-2014 Season Passes are now on sale! Boasting the longest non-glacial season in North America, from early November until late May, enjoy unlimited skiing and riding on Canada’s Best Snow.

Check out the Season Pass Definitions to choose which pass applies to you.

Your season pass comes with incredible benefits. Click here to see the list.

*please note, published prices do not include GST and will be added to the sale price.


Adult (18+)


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Family Pass Student Add-on 


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Youth (13-17)


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Student (18-29)


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Midweek (Mon - Thurs)


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Student Midweek (Mon - Thurs) (18-29)    


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Senior (65+)


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Child (6-12)


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Sun Pass (Grade 2)


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Tiny Tiger (5 and under)


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Corporate (25 uses)


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Corporate (50 uses)


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Corporate (100 uses)


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VIP Parking Season Pass


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Banff to Sunshine Bus Pass (Adult)


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Banff to Sunshine Bus Pass (Youth or Child)       


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** Move fast: numbers are limited




Where to purchase your pass

1. Calgary Snow Central

2. Banff Lake Louise Sunshine Ski Hub

3. Online Store

3. At Susnhine Village during the Winter season


In addition to access to fantastic skiing and riding at Sunshine Village your Season Pass will give you access to exclusive discounts on food, retail, rentals, accommodation and much more. Check out our Benefits & Discounts Guide to find out what benefits & discounts are waiting for you!

Important to note

  • Proof of age (as of December 31st) is required for purchase of most passes.
  • Prices do not include GST.
  • Liability waiver must be read, understood and signed prior to pass being issued. Passholders under the age of 18 require signature of parent or guardian. If you had a pass in the last two years we will most likely have your waiver on file. Liability Waiver
  • Midweek passes are only valid Monday-Thursday.
  • Prices subject to change.

Refund Policy - Protect yourself

SSV 2013-2014 POLICY  

  • There will be NO REFUNDS whatsoever on Season Pass purchases unless the REFUND OPTION IS PURCHASED at the time of pass purchase
  • The Refund Option cannot be added at a later date
  • The Refund Option purchase price is non-refundable
  • Refund Option is not available for Corporate Season Pass, Tiny Tiger Season Pass or Sun Pass
  • Refunds will only be considered due to - medical conditions, supported by a doctor’s certificate, OR a transfer of employment, supported by a letter from your employer
  • Refunds requests must be submitted by April 1st of the applicable year       



  • A doctor’s certificate must be presented stating the date of injury & first treatment, type of injury, and estimated time of recovery before alpine skiing/snowboarding can be resumed .
  • Medical conditions and injuries must restrict the user from skiing/snowboarding for at least 30 consecutive days from the injury date.
  • Pre-existing injuries or medical conditions and intentional self-injury are NOT covered by the Refund Option. 


Employment Transfer:

  • The employment transfer must be within the same company
  • An employer’s letter must be presented stating the location, start date, and length of transfer.
  • The pass holder may not have changed employers between the date of Season Pass purchase and the date of application for refund
  • Employment transfers must restrict the user from skiing/snowboarding at SSV for 30 consecutive days.
  • The pass holder must move their principle residence outside of Alberta.
  • Pass holders who change employers, or voluntarily leave the area for work or travel are not covered under the Refund Option             


Refund Option does not include:

  • Intentional self-injury or pre-existing injury
  • Voluntarily leaving the area for work or travel, or any other change in employment status other than a transfer by current employer
  • Environmental and Mechanical circumstances such as fire, vandalism, labor disputes, weather conditions or mechanical failures
  • Travel plan cancellations - i.e. deciding to not travel to Sunshine Village
  • Change of mind


Refund amounts will be based on the following criteria (refer to Table 1):

The cost of your season pass minus the value of the total number of days skied (calculated on the full rate of applicable lift ticket) to a maximum of the percentage listed in Table 1 at the date of claim.

The final percentage of the refund will be based on the date the claim was received."          


If the difference is negative, the value of the pass will have been used and there will be no refund.


All refunds are subject to review and approval by SSV Management             

SSV reserves the right to amend this policy at anytime       





Timeframe Refund Amount


Prior to Public opening


Between 0-30 days of public opening


Between 31-60 days after public opening


Between 61-90 days after public opening


Between 91 days and April 1st


Between April 1st and closing day



Qualification for Refund

You must purchase the Refund Option to qualify for a refund. The Refund Option is only valid as a result of a medical condition, supported by a doctor's certificate or a transfer of employment, supported by a letter from your employer. The Refund Option is not available for Sun Pass, Tiny Tiger Pass or Corporate Pass. The Refund Option covers cost of ski pass and any of the following products that were added on at time of purchase: Valet Park & Ski, VIP Parking and Lockers. To view how these refunds are calculated please read "Refund Calculation".

Refund Calculation

Upon successful qualification for refund, Sunshine Village will calculate the number of days the Season Pass has been used, if at all. The number of usages is then multiplied by the regular retail lift ticket rate. This total is then subtracted from amount that was paid for the Season Pass. This difference (if positive) is multiplied by the percentage found in table 1. This will calculate the amount to be refunded. Should a negative balance result, then the Season Pass has been fully utilized and no refund will be paid.

Family Refunds

In the event that a family member becomes injured or as a result of employment relocation, the family pass purchaser is entitled to either a full or partial refund.

A full refund is available only in the event that ALL of the family members have not used their passes whatsoever. A partial refund will be available depending on the usages of the family. The partial refund will be calculated as described in "Refund Calculation" (above).