A spectacular natural setting combines with a cosy mountain lodge atmosphere.
Set on the shore of, and named for the breathtaking Emerald Lake, this charming lodge is the perfect wilderness retreat. The lake itself was ‘discovered’ in the late 19th Century by one of the orginal Rockies guides Thomas E. Wilson, and just a few years later this timber lodge was built. The lodge is a great base from which to explore Yoho National Park which sits just over the provincial border from Banff National Park.
The lake is one of the Rockies' most famous natural attractions and therefore gets very busy. The best thing about staying here is the fact that you'll have the place to yourself before the day trippers arrive in the morning and leave in the afternoon.
Overlooking one of British Columbia's most famous natural wonders, Emerald Lake, and situated in the heart of Yoho National Park
Good to know
WiFi is only available at the main lodge and there is limited mobile service.
85 rooms situated in 24 lodges throughout the grounds
Dining room, café, lounge
*Denotes local charge