October 7, 2016
By Naomi Witherick
Where Canadian Rockies is proud to announce Brewster’s Banff Gondola as the winner of our Best New or Improved Attraction of 2016 award.
It comes after the facility’s $26-million renovation, which saw the incredible transformation of the gondola’s upper terminal. After 13 months in the works, the summit complex was officially opened October 6, when we had the privilege of presenting the award to Brewster president, David McKenna.
By Where Staff
Canadian Rockies’ ski resorts have been drawing crowds for nearly a century. If skiing or boarding isn’t for you, or if you just want to try something different, there’s still plenty of fun to be had on and off the slopes.
Photo: Banff Lake Louise Tourism / Paul Zizka Photography
Tube Park Fun
The whole family can delight in speeding down the slopes on an inflatable tube. Groomed lanes ensure safe, smooth sliding. At Lake Louise Sunny Tube Park, slide for $22 (yth $20, ch $15, -5 free). Norquay’s Tube Town (night-lit Fri/Sat) has six chutes, two lifts and a play zone with a small sliding area ($35, yth/sr $25, ch $20). Nakiska Tube Park ($19, ch $15) has an additional lane this year.