Hailed as "One of the most unique and authentic places to stay in Canada" by National Geographic Traveler Magazine.
Island Lake Lodge is a spectacular Rocky Mountain retreat offering 4 beautiful guest lodges for day or overnight experiences through summer & fall. Tucked within a pristine private valley with towering peaks in all directions, Island Lake Lodge is a place to indulge in nature, mountain scenery, adventure, wellness, fine dining, quality service and refined accommodations.
Island Lake Lodge is just over 10km from the town of Fernie.
Island Lake Lodge will be open for accommodation & package stays June 18th - September 19th, 2021.
Note: Some days the lodge may not be available or open due to a private function - visit this webpage for schedules and events. Visitors can still access the trails.
Day-trippers can enjoy the many hiking trails, or pre-book a guided hike, canoe on the lake or visit the spa. Enjoy gourmet lunch and dinners.
The lodge is available for bed & breakfast stays, however, please reserve in advance as Island Lake Lodge is a popular summer destination. Rates from $192/night
The Tamarack Lodge
The Cedar Lodge
The Red Eagle lodge
We know you’re itching to get out! The trails at Island Lake Lodge are now open for use and everyone is encouraged to get out and enjoy nature safely while practicing social distancing. Island Lake Lodge needs your help to limit or refrain from doing bike shuttles by vehicle up the road to the lodge for the Lazy Lizard trail. The trail was built as an “up and down” trail and the Lodge asks that you use it as such. You can park at the trailhead for Lazy Lizard by the Island Lake Lodge gate. Your help is appreciated - enjoy the trails!
In winter Island Lake Lodge transforms into one of the leading cat skiing resorts in North America offering multi-day inclusive packages. There are opportunities for day trips to the Lodge on certain days of the week for cross country skiing, snowshoeing, gourmet lunch and spa treatments, including a snowcat ride up to the Lodge and back.
There's a very good reason professional athletes and film crews frequent the lodge.