Weddings at Mount Engadine Lodge

Create a wedding memory you’ll never forget!

Mount Engadine’s breathtaking mountain views provide an amazing backdrop for your wedding: a unique setting located close to the city, and just 40 km south of Canmore, Alberta. Boasting a pristine natural setting of the Spray Lake Provincial Park in Kananaskis, you will be transfixed by the magic of this stunning location. 

Forget the stress of the city and say your vows in one of the most romantic locations in the province. When you see the picturesque skies, majestic mountain slopes and unparalleled valley vistas, you'll know that there's nowhere else that compares to the beauty around our lodge. Intimate, incredible, and with a charm that's impossible to resist, our goal is to make your wedding experience unforgettably perfect.

We offer exclusive wedding packages that cannot be matched. Our team collaborates with you on every fine detail, from the venue to the menu, in order to provide you with a completely custom experience. Our chef sources local ingredients and can work with you to create a meal plan to fit your group. Let our team take care of all the details so you and your guests can simply relax and enjoy all of the seasonal activities the area has to offer.

Need some ideas? Get inspired with Rocky Mountain Bride (seen above), and be sure to take a look at some of the glamorous couples who have allowed us to take part in their special day:

Lindsay & Craig - Jody Goodwin Photography
Lawrie & Matthew or Madison & Damien - Eric Daigle Photography
Engagement Session - Justine Milton Photography
Venessa & Jeff - Shannon Yau Photography


Please Contact us for Pricing 

Email us at mountengadine@castleavery.ca or call 403.678.4080

 

Our favorite was the high tea charcuterie board!

“The good: everything! The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. The room and king-size bed were clean and comfortable. The four meals we enjoyed, included in the price of our room, were phenomenal. Our favorite was the high tea charcuterie board. 5-star dining for sure. The bad: nothing really... unless you consider being somewhat secluded, in ridiculously beautiful nature, bad.”

Don & Ang S., Calgary, Alberta
February 2016