Nothing beats returning to a warm cabin after a long day of winter wonderland exploration. These charming stays will be sure to rosy the cheeks. 

Mount Engadine Lodge

Mount Engadine Lodge sits against a backdrop of staggering mountainscapes within the Spray Valley Provincial Park near Canmore. With its all- inclusive offering of three meals a day plus afternoon tea it’s a perfect pit stop after a day of skiing, hiking, cycling or kayaking nearby. Hidden in the wilderness, passing coyotes, beavers, deer and elk are all commonplace from a window seat.

Storm Mountain

With views for days, these cabins invite panoramic vistas of Storm Mountain, Castle Mountain, the Sawback Range and the Bow Valley. The lodge also has a second trick up its sleeve: a menu using local ingredients, paired with fine regional wines. Originally built in 1922 by the Canadian Pacific Railway, the cabins have been restored with the addition of fireplaces or log-burning stoves for winter cosiness.

Pocahontas Lodge

Taking its name from the famous native American Powhatan princess, Pocahontas Lodge is surrounded by the wild and untamed beauty of Jasper National Park. Follow in Pocahontas’s footsteps on a historic hike along the original mine site trail or bathe in the nearby Miette Hot Springs, the warmest in the Canadian Rockies. After a chilly day, guests can unwind and rest tired muscles in the outdoor hot tub.

Baker Creek

Baker Creek Mountain Resort sits on the Bow Valley Parkway at the confluence of Baker Creek and the Bow River. Its location offers ice walks in Johnston Canyon and hiking and wildlife spotting nearby at Lake Louise, by day. At night, guests can head for the onsite Baker Creek Bistro to throw back a local craft beer, or admire the sparkling stars as they retreat to the warmth and privacy of their log cabin.

Bear Hill

With cabins in the town of Jasper, Bear Hill is the perfect choice for clients that want rustic charm within walking distance of shops and bars. Despite its central location, the lodge is tucked in a peaceful corner and loses none of the quaint cabin aesthetic. Its smaller studio cottages are good for couples, while heritage log cabins are great for bigger groups or families. Bike rentals are available in the summer.

Jasper Park Lodge

Wrapped around the tranquil shores of Lac Beauvert, Jasper Park Lodge is ideal for any clients keen on sustainable stays with initiatives including reducing food waste and joining the Energy and Carbon Management Program. The 700 acres of mountain resort play host to a range of outdoor activities, plus abundant nature and wildlife. Afterwards, escape the cold with a rejuvenating visit to the Fairmont Spa.