At Storm Mountain you will find elegant historic cabins, delicious fine dining and lovely Canadian gifts & books. You will not find WiFi, telephones, televisions, coffee pots and other modern amenities as our generator’s capacity has limits. Storm Mountain is not unlike running a costly back country lodge, as we are completely self sufficient for water, sewer and we generate our own power. Our cabins are not equipped with kitchens and indoor and outdoor cooking is prohibited as we are located in an important wildlife corridor and therefore we must do our part to ensure we do not attract animals. We serve wonderful meals in our lodge dining room and lounge. Hiker’s lunches and take-out-in-cabin dining is also available.
Noise Sensitivity: Please note we are located off of a secondary highway (constructed after the lodge was built), noise from the road is noticeable. Trans-Canada Highway Closures in 2020 will mean greater levels of traffic on our road, Twenty-four-hour closures of the Trans-Canada will be permitted only from April 1 to May 15, and Sept. 15 to Nov. 30- meaning increased traffic on the road we are located off of (93 South) during this time especially.
Winter Driving: winter tires and or 4-wheel drive are strongly advised as our driveway is a steep packed snow driveway.
Recommended from Mid-October to Mid- May.
Winter Cold Weather: Our Cabins are toasty warm for the vast majority of winter however, when outside temperatures fall below -25 Celsius (rare) interior temperature can also drop below room temperature (20C)- bringing warm sleeping clothing, slippers and keeping the fire stoked is often the solution!