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We decided to finish the season of hiking and came across this lodge by a chance online. The staff on the phone was very polite. As one of our party was traveling in Europe to finalize the details was a bit tricky, but Lynn at...More
If you are looking for a unique and memorable Canadian Rockies experience, this is it! We (3 adults and 2 kids, ages 8 and 9) spent one night at Shadow Lake Lodge the night of September 11, 2015 and loved it! The bike/hike in was...More
The hike to Shadow Lake Lodge is very manageable - only during the last 2.5 miles the terrain gets a little steep. There are several hiking trails from the lodge that offer great views. If you don't want a lot of physical activity while you're...More
Just back from 2 nights at Shadow Lake. Have been to a number of other lodges in the Canadian Rockies, including Num ti Jah, Emerald Lake, etc. and SL immediately became our favourite. 3 reasons.
1. The isolation. Once you get into Banff/Jasper/Yoho etc the...More
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Response from shadowlakelodge, Owner at Shadow Lake LodgeResponded 9 September 2015
Thank you for your feedback, particularly understanding the effort it takes to operate a back country lodge.
Our family of four spent four days at Shadow Lake Lodge. It's the beauty, peacefulness and activity of backpacking, yet, you have delicious meals and afternoon tea prepared for you and you get to sleep in beautiful cabins with cozy down comforters. After dinner, we...More
Situated in the high alpine meadows of Banff National Park, Brewster's Shadow Lake Lodge is a remote back country lodge with private cabins, accessible only by hiking, cross country skiing or snowshoeing. Included in the rate are three mountain gourmet meals as well as afternoon tea served to you daily in our dining lodge.
Response from shadowlakelodge | Property representative |
You are able to bike the first 12km on the Redearth trail, then you must lock your bikes and hike the last 2km.
You will gain 1500' on this trail, there are a few good hills, but the trail itself is not challenging.