My husband and I spent our anniversary at Shadow Lake Lodge early in September, 2012. We have a marvelous time! Our log cabin was beautiful and cozy. We had a view of mountains with meadows in the foreground. The lake itself was a short walk and as picturesque as you can get. The weather was not cooperative, and we got weathered out on our hike to Ball Pass when a thunderstorm hit just as we were about to break out into open, exposed rock. It hailed and then snowed heavily for most of the hike back to the lodge. However, the daily tea buffet awaited us on return to the lodge. There are too many goodies to chose from! You have to be careful not to eat too much because dinner is generous and yummy. The only downside: there is one shared shower for females and one for males. If the place is full, you are likely going to have to wait. The hike in/out is somewhat boring but the destination is well worth it!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 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. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Shadow Lake Hotel Banff