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Skoki is a magic place. The ski in had its moments (woo, that descent from Deception Pass!), but is well worth the effort. The staff, the food, the scenery, the company, even the comfy bed, were all fantastic. We used wider back country touring skis...More
Ah Skoki. What a thrill. An fabulous adventure, coupled with excellent meals, outstanding hospitaliy and great company.
How we got there - Skies Vs Snowshoes
We snowshoed in and were the only non skiers. There was a variety of ski types used - alpine touring...More
The service, food, and setting was amazing. My parents found it really difficult getting there, and our room was a bit small and crowded but overall it was a pretty crazy family bonding experience. There is no cell service but my brother and I coped...More
We stayed at Skoki over Christmas 2015-2 teenagers and myself . What a wonderful escape - fantastic food hospitable staff and interesting people . Breakfasts and dinners are served family style which allows opportunities for easy conversation and social interactions . Warm cosy and nurturing...More
My husband, 11-year old son and I hiked in on a stormy day in August. The hike is spectacular. We arrived at the lodge, cold and wet, and were greeted with a warm fire, an amazing spread of fresh baked goods, cheese and crackers and...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.