Corporate Retreats

Mount Engadine Lodge is situated in the beautiful alpine region of the Rocky Mountains in western Canada. Located just 40 km south of Canmore, Alberta and a short two-hour drive from Calgary International Airport, the lodge is easily accessible by car while maintaining a backcountry feel. We offer a unique and incredible private setting for your team to connect.

Mount Engadine Lodge features nine rooms, each with its own ensuite washroom. There are 14 beds that can sleep up to 19 adults plus a 4-person yurt for the more adventurous of the group. All meals are included at Mount Engadine, from afternoon tea on the day of your arrival to lunch on your day of departure. Our spacious dining area is ideal for a meeting space, with tables that can easily be reconfigured to meet your group’s needs. There are also three sitting areas if you desire a more casual setting.

The lodge comes equipped with a projector and screen for your presentation needs, and we have lodge Wi-Fi available to all our guests. Although we are out of cellular range, our staff would be happy to accommodate your gathering with a conference call to connect back to the office.

Our knowledgeable staff can help arrange excursions like group hikes, snowshoeing, or guided trips. We can assist in arranging any equipment you require, and our staff of passionate guides will ensure a memorable experience.

Our lodge accommodates 19 to 23 adults depending on room assignments; the all-inclusive cost for the lodge for 19 adults is $4595 per night. Prices include daily breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.  There is also a yurt available that can accommodate four people at a cost of $125 per night per person (should any of your guests feel adventurous). 


Email retreat@mountengadine.com for more information.

 

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By far the best tea we had in Canada!

“The lodge is built on the edge of a meadow surrounded by mountains. It is remote and wonderful. The food is great, particularly the afternoon tea – a deli-style mixture of cheeses, olives and cold meats followed by cake. There is a range of tea and coffee (with teapots and big mugs) available 24/7 – by far the best tea we had in Canada, with heavenly views.”

Robert, United Kingdom
July 2016