Kananaskis & Spray Valley Provincial Park

Mount Engadine Lodge remains the only development in the Spray Valley Provincial Park, and we take that privilege seriously, existing in harmony with our gorgeous surroundings. With some of the greatest hiking and cross country trails in the nation, Spray Valley has long been a camping destination, and our lodge brings the comforts of the indoors to this great natural backdrop. 

Enjoy the scenic trip down the Smith-Dorrien Trail and access areas such as Rummel Lake, Tryst Lake, Chester Lake, Burstall Pass and Buller Pass. With conservation high on the mandate for the park’s future, the area promises to be beautiful for generations to come. 

 

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