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, refrigerators and other modern amenities as our generator’s capacity has limits. Storm Mountain is not unlike running a costly backcountry 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). There are various dates in 2023 where traffic will be redirected along Hwy 93. This will result in increased traffic noise at our property. Check the Get In To BC website for detailed information on the schedule. https://www.getintobc.com/
Winter Driving: winter tires and 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!
May 2 - Jun 16
$375 - $515
Open Daily: Jun 17 - Sep 30
$475 - $645
Oct 01 - Dec 16 Open: Thursday- Sunday, Closed: Monday-Wednesday
$375 - $515
Christmas & Holidays
Dec 21, 2023 - Jan 05, 2024
$475 - $650
Deposit & Cancellation Policy:
One night’s deposit is required to confirm reservations. 14 days cancellation notice is required to cancel reservations so that the deposit may be refunded less a $50.00 administration fee. To avoid administration fees, we will happily offer a credit for the total deposit with no expiration date. This policy differs for the Christmas Season.
All rates are exclusive of taxes (4% Tourism Levy, 2% Tourism Improvement Fee and 5% Goods and Services Tax: 11% total). All cabins and the lodge are non-smoking. Well behaved dogs are permitted but there is an additional fee of $25.00 per day.
Fall is a wonderful season to be in Banff National Park. The larch trees are turning colour, the weather is perfect for hiking and a quiet calm has settled in. The fireplaces feel wonderful during the cool nights following days of exploration and fine dining in our historic lodge dining room.
Winter at Storm Mountain is magical! Abundant snow, ambiance, roaring fires, great meals and cozy log cabins. Guests can rent snowshoes from the lodge and explore the stunning mountain trails. Three major ski hills are located approximately 25 minutes from the lodge. Cross country ski trails are abundant in the area and horse drawn sleigh rides, dog sledding and canyon ice walks are among some of the other winter activities in the National Park.
We invite you to stay with us and relax in comfort in your own cozy log cabin with wood burning fireplace, antique soaker tub and queen log bed with down duvet….
CABIN & CUISINE SPECIAL - Coming back in October of 2023
Feature a wood burning fireplace, a full bathroom with an antique soaker and a queen sized bed. -Inquire for Historic Cabin with double and single bed, or Cabin with gas fireplace.
Feature a wood burning fireplace, a bathroom with an antique soaker tub OR shower and a queen sized bed.
Feature a wood burning fireplace, a full bathroom with an antique soaker and two queen sized beds (open-concept).
Our Cabins Are
We believe that no dog should miss out on a special trip to Storm Mountain Lodge, so we happily accommodate dogs (we do not accept cats or other animals) with a $25 pet fee/night. Our dog friendly cabins include wood burning fireplaces perfect for lazing away the afternoon or keeping cozy through the night. Add in the spectacular natural setting and endless hiking opportunities and we think you’ll agree Storm Mountain Lodge is the closest thing to pet heaven.
* We do ask if dogs are left unattended in cabins they be kenneled*
Our guests say the nicest things! See for yourself!
An amazing place tucked away from the main drag between Banff and Lake Louise. We arrived on a cold and cloudy September evening to be welcomed by friendly staff and an warm open fire. This was only the beginning of a wonderful 3 nights in warm and homely cabin. Food was incredible with creative menu combining local ingredients in inventive ways. A real gem!
TheGaffer67 – Skipton, UK
Charming, authentic log cabins and lodge, but refreshed and comfortable. Dinner was excellent – so good we went back a second night – book ahead. Easy access to Banff and Lake Louise, without the crowds. Staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. Worth a splurge.
AlamedaRambler – Alameda, US
We spent the night at Storm Mountain Lodge to celebrate our 35th Anniversary. It was a wonderful experience! The cabins are so cozy and comfortable, and the meals were exceptional! One feels away from it all, yet just a short drive to Banff and Lake Louise.
Marlene Makena – Invermere, BC
Our weekend at Storm Mountain was wonderful. The lodge and cabins are very comfortable with incredible food and service. There are several beautiful hikes within minutes of the lodge. Be sure to order scones and sandwiches for your lunch on the trail.
Nancy B – Calgary, AB
We spent a beautiful relaxing weekend in a small cabin with a roaring fire and excellent food and drinks at the restaurant. This is a wonderful place to unwind from your busy life in the city and the individuals working were fantastic!! Rustic and laid back….no TV, no internet….. exactly what we needed after a stressful work week. Thank you, we had a great weekend get away.
Sharolyn P – Calgary, AB