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Username:ecolodge
First Name:Laura
User type:Host
Accommodation:Holiday Resort/Camp
Joined:Apr 8th, 2012
Last Activity:Apr 8th, 2012
Country:Canada
City/Town:Jasper Park Lodge
Hometown:Jasper, Alberta, Canada
Favourited:0
Email subscribers:0
Profile Views:1542
Website:RockyMountainEscape
Languages:
English

Criteria:
No pets
Children welcome

Facilities:
Private bathroom
No laundry
No disabled facilities
No Wireless Internet

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Rocky Mountain Escape

$100 - $125 per night . Min 2 nights.
Rocky Mountain Escape offers private, secluded log guest cabins and a variety of year-round, nature-oriented activities such as hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, whitewater rafting, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. The cabins are nestled amongst the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies, adjacent to Jasper National Park and vast, undeveloped Willmore Wilderness. We cater to folks looking for a quiet, scenic and non-touristy spot from which to enjoy our mountain environment.

We currently have three guest cabins, each hand-crafted log, 480 sq ft with an open design (only the bathroom is enclosed) and visually isolated in order to enhance guest privacy. Each cabin is equipped with a queen-sized bed, sofa (1 cabin) or double fold-down futon (2 cabins), a full bath (tub/shower unit with hot and cold running water and indoor plumbing!), a wood burning stove and double propane burner for complimentary coffee/tea/hot chocolate. We provide all bedding and linen, and kindling and firewood is stacked on the deck for use in the stove.

As we are in a relatively remote location, there is no cooking allowed in the cabins. Instead, we serve hearty, wholesome, family-style meals out of a central cook house - complete with fresh baking done in our wood cook stove. We are always happy to modify our menu to suit individual guests preferences.

During the summer, we offer hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, fishing and whitewater rafting. Once we have good snow (typically by mid- to late-November), we start cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

 


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