Dining at Mount Engadine

Overnight stays at Mount Engadine Lodge are all-inclusive, providing guests the opportunity to relax, adventure and enjoy a number of delicious meals throughout their stay. We pride ourselves on using locally sourced ingredients and providing guests with a unique dining experience served in a casual and relaxed setting. 


Guests start their day with a two-course breakfast made of ever-changing, seasonal ingredients and are given a custom-made packed lunch to take with them on their outdoor adventure. Following their hike or cross-country ski, guests can return to the lodge for a cozy afternoon high tea. Wrap up the day with Chef Mandy Leighton who will serve up a family-style dinner service, featuring a plated appetizer, family-style entrees, a selection of vegetable dishes and dessert with locally brewed beer, wine, and spirits. Alcohol, special beverages, and gratuities are not included in the room rate. With advanced notice, we can accommodate all dietary restrictions and preferences.

Not a guest at the lodge? Not to worry - Afternoon Tea, Sunday Brunch, and Dinner are open to day visitors, offering a great opportunity to share travel stories and meet fellow adventurers. Reservations can be made with 24-hours notice. Dinner starting at $55 plus taxes. Gratuities not included. Check here for possible event closures.

Call to reserve today (403) 678-4080

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While our menu changes daily, read about some of our favorite dishes here.


Get off the tourist route and sample the delights of Alberta

"A friendly and helpful team run the lodge to give visitors the best possible experience. We stayed for 4 nights and were able to see a variety of wildlife and do some hiking in the surrounding Provincial Park….The views of the meadow, river and mountains were spectacular from our room, the restaurant and decking…Everyone sits down to meals at the same time which was a lovely way to meet people and learn from them ideas of good places to visit….We enjoyed our visit and would recommend it to anyone who wants to get off the tourist route and sample the delights of Alberta, Canada.”

Angela, Southampton, UK
August 2016