About the Lodge

Mount Engadine Lodge is a beautiful all-inclusive lodge located in the spectacular, untouched wilderness of Spray Valley Provincial Park. With all the adventure of a backcountry lodge, but accessible by car, Mount Engadine Lodge is perfect for those looking for an authentic Rocky Mountain experience close to the town of Canmore. The lodge is uniquely designed and operated to create a cozy, quiet, and serene atmosphere for enjoying the wilderness. We are truly on the edge of nature, with breathtaking views and wildlife right outside your windows. With a backcountry atmosphere, and customer service dedicated to you and your group, Mount Engadine truly gives our guests the best the Rocky Mountains has to offer.

Inside the Main Lodge, you will find two stone fireplaces, large windows showcasing our spectacular surroundings, and plenty of space to relax. The common area and sitting room, guest rooms and dining room have large windows showcasing our spectacular surroundings with plenty of space to sit back and relax. Our large, bright dining area has views to the south, west and north. In the summertime, meals are often distracted by the appearance of moose, coyotes, beaver, deer or elk in the meadows below.

There are always exciting activities and adventures at the Lodge throughout each season, including hiking, cycling, kayaking, snowshoeing, and skiing. This is a nature-lover’s paradise, thick with forests and dozens of creeks that flow into pristine rivers that neighbour the Lodge. Accommodating up to nineteen people, Engadine Lodge is an ideal getaway or adventure for individuals, couples, families, groups, and corporate retreats.

We have been incredibly lucky to share our lodge with several talented bloggers. Please follow these links to read what others have to say about our scenic lodge:

Family Adventures in the Canadian Rockies

Mike's Bloggity Blog


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By far the best tea we had in Canada!

“The lodge is built on the edge of a meadow surrounded by mountains. It is remote and wonderful. The food is great, particularly the afternoon tea – a deli-style mixture of cheeses, olives and cold meats followed by cake. There is a range of tea and coffee (with teapots and big mugs) available 24/7 – by far the best tea we had in Canada, with heavenly views.”

Robert, United Kingdom
July 2016