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Skoki is everything that everyone says it is. Historic, charming, off-grid (and off-line) with fantastic staff and food. Huge meals, communal, candle-lit dining, cozy common area with a wood-stove in the main lodge - Skoki truly is a gem in the Canadian Rockies. I can't...More
I have been to Skoki Lodge many times and I keep coming back. If you enjoy cross country skiing, this is THE place to go in wintertime. I have also visited the lodge in summer for some great hiking. The log lodge was built in...More
You have to ski or hike 11km to experience the historic Skoki Lodge, and it is well worth the effort (and cost). Beautiful old log lodge and cabins, no power or inside plumbing, but an amazing location, very compitant staff and excellent food.
Skoki Lodge is a ski in Lodge, right around 11km's. We arrived to an amazing afternoon tea service with hot soup, cheese and fresh scones and a ton of baked goods. Our host Katie offered us a bottle of Chardonnay and we enjoyed our snacks...More
We stayed in the Riverside Cabin. No power or running water at this lodge with outhouse. It's definitely a back country experience. Delicious food and friendly staff.
Would definitely come again! We snowshoed in and it took us 4 hours and 40 minutes. De epitome...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.