A fantastic corporate retreat awaits you at this lodge near the boundary of British Columbia’s Glacier National Park. With enough space to accommodate most groups, this lodge invites you to relax, refresh and rejuvinate as well as participate in a variety of structured or casual teambuilding activities. The moment you set foot in the lodge you'll realize you have arrived at a very special place.
The craftsmanship and design are clearly reminiscent of a bygone era. Beautiful massive fir and larch beams are pinned together with oak and mahogany dowels and the exposed age old joinery techniques are a tribute to the timberframe craft. To complete the rustic ambience, two immense riverstone fireplaces enhance a most memorable mountain experience. The large, vaulted ceiling dining room and outdoor patio offer panoramic vistas of the rugged Selkirk Mountains. Fine wines and outstanding cuisine, ensure a culinary experience that will delight you and your group.
This lodge is completely self-sufficient, adding an off-the-grid element that stands apart from other town-based hotels. A remote feel, high mountain hospitality, exceptional food and a quieter sleep make this lodge simply the best choice for accommodation in the area.
There is a large dining room suitable for meetings and a loft lounge for more casual functions or presentations. If you wish to participate in some teambuilding activities, your hosts are happy to suggest some options that may include heli-hiking components golf, fishing, whitewater rafting or even mountaineering. Please contact us directly to discuss your budget and goals.
Guided activites in the area can be added to your package and may include teambuilding activities, hiking, helicopter tours, ATV tours and whitewater rafting.
In the winter guided snowmobiling, heli-skiing and cat-skiing tours are available.
Trips originate and end at the lodge 55 km west of Golden, British Columbia on the Trans Canada Highway. Located at the gateway to majestic Glacier National Park, Rogers Pass is only a 15 minute drive west.
Summer temperatures will average from 15 to 25 degrees celsius.
Winter temperatures will average from 0 to -20 degrees celsius. The area receives a significant snowfall each winter.
Use of the lodge facilities, WiFi.
In the summer bring a warm jacket, comfortable shoes, hiking boots, rain gear, hat gloves.
In the winter bring warm winter coat, fleece clothing, hat, gloves/mitts, snow boots, comfortable shoes.
Camera, sunglasses, daypack.
Classic Canadian timber-frame lodge perched just off the most northerly point of the Trans-Canada Highway in British Columbia's famous Rogers Pass.
Choose from a mountain view room with 2 queen beds or 1 king and 1 sofa bed, private 3 piece bathroom, TV, espresso maker and WiFi.
Or choose a mountain view cabin with a private location, 1 king bed, sofa Bed (full matress), TV, mini wine fridge, espresso maker, WiFi, 5 piece ensuite bathroom (rain shower, deep soaking tub, double sink), infloor heating, woodstove and private porch.
Each guest room boasts panoramic views of the mountains crowning Rogers Pass - the same "impenetrable peaks" that formed the last barrier to the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
The lodge has an on-site dining room/restaurant, lounge with stone fireplace, games room with pool table and table tennis.
Guests are welcome to purchase their meals from the on-site restaurant which offers a full menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The chef as a passion for food and offers up gourmet dishes utilizing locally grown food whenever possible.
Meal packages can be pre-arranged and included in your stay.
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$150.00 / per room per night - CAD
Mountain view room with 2 queen beds. Based on double occupancy.
$165.00 / per room per night - CAD
Mountain view room with a king bed and sofa bed. Based on double occupancy.
$300.00 / per room per night - CAD
Mountain view cabin. Based on double occupancy.