Sunshine Village institutes parking capacity as additional COVID-19 restriction

Sunshine Village institutes parking capacity as additional COVID-19 restriction

The Sunshine Village Ski Resort in Banff, Alta., added another restriction this weekend in an attempt to reduce the likelihood of the spread of COVID-19.

On Sunday, the resort began limiting capacity by not allowing additional vehicles once the parking lot is full.


We will continue to run our Sunshine Express Shuttle Bus at its current schedule and encourage our guests and team members to ride our Sunshine Express Shuttle Bus as masks are mandatory on our busses, and we disinfect all our busses daily.

— Sunshine Village (@SunshineVillage) November 22, 2020

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Sunshine Village branding communications director Kendra Scurfield is encouraging those looking to ski or snowboard at the resort to do so in the afternoon.

“After 1 p.m., after noon it’s really easy to find a parking spot and we will have our team members monitoring the parking and allowing the people to come in the afternoons,” Scurfield said.

Those who have hotel reservations or reserve parking pass will not be impacted by the new restriction.

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Scurfield said the priority is to keep Sunshine safe for users so it can remain open for the season.…

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