Description of Glamping Units
This cozy lodge cabin has four comfortable bedrooms with queen-size or single-size beds to accommodate up to eight guests. There are two bathrooms with a shower, a full kitchen with a refrigerator, an oven, and a microwave, and a dining area. There is also a living room and a loft with a chess table. Finally, there is a lovely sun deck for enjoying the fantastic views.
Encircled by rural wilderness, guests will enjoy a tranquil and peaceful atmosphere during their nature retreat. With access to mountains, rivers, and lakes, guests will be able to enjoy hiking, rafting, and more during their stay. Read More
- Dining table
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Queen-size bed
- Running water
The hosts will be glad to organize activities for guests upon request but still, allow for opportunities to discover the area alone. The unique, relaxing atmosphere and the friendly people at the glamping site make this lodge feel like a home away from home.
- Deck or balcony
- Fire pit
- Patio furniture
- Shared kitchen
Location + Surroundings
Located in the midst of a variety of peaks including Hedberg, Moberly, and Redburn, this glamping site lies beside the Blaeberry River, a tributary of the Columbia River in British Columbia, Canada. Yoho National Park and Hungabee Mountain is situated just to the right of this site and guests can walk to Glacier National Park of Canada for an adventurous day of hiking. There is no better place to experience the rugged wildlife of Canada than this glamping site. Alternatively, guests can venture three hours out to Calgary city in Alberta, Canada, where an array of sightseeing opportunities await them for example; Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary Stampede, and Canada Olympic Park. Read More
For an additional $15.00 per person, guests can enjoy breakfast in the main house of this glamping site. Children under two years of age eat for free, and children up to 11 can eat for half price.
- Bird watching
- Horseback riding
- Winter sports
The Canadian wilderness is at the doorstep of this glamping site, allowing guests to enjoy a huge range of recreational activities throughout the year. Guests may also like to visit some famous sites during their stay, such as Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, various hot springs, as well as a buffalo ranch and wolf wildlife center close by.
During the summer, guests will be able to enjoy plenty of on-land activities including guided hikes, trekking, horseback riding, biking, and bird and wildlife watching. For those who prefer water sports, they can excite over canoeing, kayaking, river rafting, paragliding, fishing, and various float trips.
A small network of trails spreads throughout the 64 hectares of land on the site, where guests stand a good chance of observing striking animals from black bears, elk, and moose, to birds, rodents, and even the occasional cougar. Nights can be spent sitting around a romantic campfire outside the lodge with the cry of the coyotes in the far distance. In nearby Golden, visitors can play golf on the 18 hole course available for guests or take a quiet stroll along the Kicking Horse River.
The deep winter brings with it a number of different activities such as cross-country skiing, guided snowshoe tours, Alpine skiing and snowboarding, at nearby ski areas, Heli-skiing in the Purcell Mountains, dogsled tours, and ski tours are also available for guests upon arrival.
A unique opportunity for photographing wolves in beautiful British Columbia is available and offers wolf and wildlife photography sessions year-round, or just enjoy the company of these beautiful creatures in their natural habitats.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
Rates listed are based on double occupancy, and peak season is from December 15 to March 30 and from June 16 to September 15. Low season is from September 16 to December 14 and from April 1 to June 15.