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LODGES AND ACCOMMODATION

Unless your next backcountry ski trip includes winter camping in a tent, chances are good you’ll need some kind of a “hard” roof over your head. In this area of our review section, we share info and impressions on various backcountry lodges or huts (ski- or heli-in), as well as some hotel/motel/spa-type places you may want to visit as part of your adventure.


Powder Creek Lodge POWDER CREEK LODGE
Date:
 Jan 8th 2014
Reviewer: Andrew
Overall Rating: 9/10
Product Link: Powder Creek Lodge

Read the full review and view the video here.

 


Ice Creek Lodge ICE CREEK LODGE
Date:
 Mar 15th 2013
Reviewer: Andrew
Overall Rating: 9/10
Product Link: Ice Creek Lodge

Read the full review and view the video here.

 


Kokanee Glacier Cabin KOKANEE GLACIER CABIN
Date:
 May 12th 2013
Reviewer: Bradley
Overall Rating: 9/10
Product Link: Alpine Club of Canada

Read the full review and view the video here.

 


ACC Wapta Traverse Huts and the HI Lake Louise Hostel WAPTA TRAVERSE HUTS & THE HI LAKE LOUISE ALPINE CENTRE
Date:
 April 11th 2012
Reviewer: Marian
Overall Rating: 9/10
Product Link: Alpine Club of Canada

Read the full review and view the video here.

 


Valhalla Mountain Lodge VALHALLA MOUNTAIN LODGE
Date:
 Mar 2nd 2012
Reviewer: Andrew
Overall Rating: 9/10
Product Link: Valhalla Mountain Lodge

Read the full review and view the video here.

 


Halcyon Hot Springs HALCYON HOT SPRINGS
Date:
 Jan 5th 2012
Reviewer: Andrew
Overall Rating: 9/10
Product Link: Halcyon Hot Springs

Read the full review here.

 


ASULKAN CABIN
Date:
 May 1st 2011
Reviewer: Brad/Andrew
Overall Rating: 9/10
Product Link: Alpine Club of Canada

Read the full review and view the video here.

 


MOUNT CARLYLE BACKCOUNTRY LODGE
Date: Jan 19th 2011
Reviewer: Andrew, Brad 
Overall Rating: 9/10
Product Link: Carlyle Lodge

Read the full review and view the video here.

 


GLACIER PARK LODGE
Date: Nov 30th 2010
Reviewer: Brad 
Overall Rating: 5/10
Product Link: Glacier Park Lodge

Read the full review here.

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