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From the moment you arrive to the hot soup and the wood stove to warm your back this is a very special place. The hosts are welcoming and helpful, and Katie is one of my favourite cooks - you have to get the cookbook! If...More
Don't miss out on hiking or skiing into this five star "Backcountry Lodge". Enjoy hiking, skiing or just relaxing in the main lodge. Gourmet dining and and warm hospitality from Leo, Katie and their staff.
An incredible experience from start to finish. The check-in at Lake Louise is professional. The 12km walk-in is staggeringly beautiful and not too difficult. The two steep sections (Boulder Pass and Deception Pass) are relatively short, with the rest of the trail mostly following contour...More
We recently attended a week-long indoor event in Banff so thought a 4 night visit to Skoki would provide a good opportunity to enjoy the mountains and backcountry, I found the 11km hike in to be a bit difficult so was thrilled to arrive for...More
We stayed at Skoki for 2 nights in July with a group of friends from our hiking club. The hike in (bypassing a few km of boring road at the start thanks to the Skoki Lodge shuttle) was gorgeous and just strenuous enough to make...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.