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Nestled just along the shores of Bow lake, off of the Icefields Parkway, which had been called the "most scenic highway in the world", you will find this historic, cozy , Canadian lodge. The land was first discovered by English mountaineer Jimmy Simpson when he...More
Really like this lodge .Very rustic and peaceful.No interruptions from cell phones(no service) or emails (limited satellite internet -for a fee), so a truly relaxing time.The scenery is amazing and it was so nice to see people just sitting and talking instead of on their...More
I will give this this place an average rating because the spetacular views distract you from the short comings of the lodge. The staff is pleasant enough but lack experience and professionalism. During our morning breakfast, fowl language could be heard coming from the kitchen...More
My son and I visited Alberta in 2013 and because of the awful floods our itinerary had to be changed. Consequently we drove the Icefields Parkway both ways but had to do it in a rush. I loved the area so much that I was...More
We stopped at the lodge---"Simpson's Num-Ti-Jah" on our way to the IceFields. What a neat place to visit. The gal at the counter was very, very good! It had snow on the ground--What a Treat! We stopped by for coffee, but the sun came out!...More
US$251 - US$403 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We have upgraded our wifi system and it is now complementary for lodge guests. We are very remote so our internet is weather dependent but much more stable compared to last year. There are no phones in our rooms but there... More
We have upgraded our wifi system and it is now complementary for lodge guests. We are very remote so our internet is weather dependent but much more stable compared to last year. There are no phones in our rooms but there is a pay phone on site as well as our business line, in case of emergency.
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"Get a room on the top floor to have the least amount of noise! Lake view, of course!!"