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Skoki, we were back again. This time it was summer and the larches were in full fall colors. It appears that Leo and Kate are no longer managing this lodge. Skiing Louise is the owner and new management has been assigned. Ed is the new...More
I stayed at Skoki Lodge with two girlfriends on a girls backcountry hiking two night adventure in the summer of 2017. The hikes were nothing short of spectacular. The lodge is rustic - built in the early 1900s with no running water or electricity. This...More
Stayed at Skoki Lodge for 4 nights. It was my first experience in the backcountry and will definitely not be my last! The lodge is quite comfy and cozy. The food is exceptionally delicious and the staff is so friendly and accommodating. We felt right...More
My fifth visit to Skoki Lodge but only my third stay there. Great hospitality and amazing food. The staff is really wonderful. The cooking is exceptional.
Beautiful hike in and out via Packer's Pass. Be sure to visit Merlin Lake. We will be back.
My husband and I just spent three incredible nights at Skoki Lodge. For those who crave a backcountry experience but aren't as keen on camping, Skoki is the answer!
There are some spectacular hikes in the area, including the 11km hike into the lodge past...More
Skoki Lodge is situated in a beautiful high alpine region in Banff National Park. The eleven kilometer trail from Lake Louise to the Skoki Valley makes Skoki Lodge an ideal destination for hikers and skiers of all levels. From Skoki Lodge one can access breathtaking mountain ridges and alpine lakes, or explore five different adjoining valleys.
Yes, there are certainly enough hiking trails to fill you up for 5 days. They range from easy strolls to long hikes. My favourites would be to hike to the top of Skoki mountain, hike to Merlin Lake, hike to the Skoki lakes... More
Yes, there are certainly enough hiking trails to fill you up for 5 days. They range from easy strolls to long hikes. My favourites would be to hike to the top of Skoki mountain, hike to Merlin Lake, hike to the Skoki lakes, hike over to Baker and Red Deer Lakes, hike up to the Wall of Jericho. Haha, that's a lot of favorites.