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I went with my 11 yr. old and husband. It was very organized getting to the trailhead. The way to the lodge was well marked. The cabin was very relaxing, staff wonderful and helpful, food out of sight, and ski get. We would go again...More
Back at Skoki again, and had a great time.
We stayed in the Molar room, which at first we were disappointed as we wanted a double bed, however we actually liked the extra space with the third bed. It's always a tough debate about staying...More
This is the 5th time I'v stayed at Skoki Lodge.The snowshoe in with all the scenery was breathtaking as always. However, the food ( I will not get into details because there is just no comparison to from the previous outstanding food ) was in...More
I went to Skoki for the first time after liv8ng here for years and having heard about the place in glowing terms, I was excited to go.
The hike was the best part of the whole trip.
Upon arrival we were taken to our cabin...More
Skoki, we were back again. This time it was summer and the larches were in full fall colors. It appears that Leo and Kate are no longer managing this lodge. Skiing Louise is the owner and new management has been assigned. Ed is the new...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... 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.