Adventure Lodge in Canadian Rockies Offers Season Opening Incentives

 
 
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Adventure Lodge in Canadian Rockies Offers Season Opening Incentives

Published 05/04/2010

(Yoho National Park, British Columbia) – As Cathedral Mountain Lodge in the Canadian Rockies opens for the summer season on May 21, it is offering some incentives for early bird vacationers.

Interested in experiencing the splendor of springtime in the mountains? To kick off its 2010 season, Cathedral Mountain Lodge is offering a Spring Into the Rockies rate for new bookings only. Stay at Cathedral Mountain Lodge in your choice of cabin type for three nights and receive 20 percent off their regular posted rates. This special offer is available for a limited time for arrivals between May 21 through until June 21, 2010. Standard lodge pricing will recommence June 22 until the resort closes for the season on October 2.

Tucked in the heart of the Canadian Rockies in Yoho National Park, British Columbia, Cathedral Mountain Lodge is a private sanctuary with a collection of log cabins set among sheltered trees, soaring peaks and the glacier-fed Kicking Horse River. The traditional handcrafted log cabins ooze the Rocky Mountain comfort vibe, offering fireplaces, soft down duvets, deep soaker tubs and private balconies. This woodsy destination works well whether a romantic getaway for two or an adventure with friends.

Cathedral Mountain Lodge is the perfect base camp for all your adventures. Enjoy a variety of canoeing and kayaking opportunities for paddlers of all levels. Experience the magnificent span and incredible views of Banff’s Rocky Mountain’s by helicopter.

You can explore trails leading to spectacular lakes, glaciers and summits as you hike in Banff or Yoho National Park’s 2000 km of hiking trails. There are guided fishing excursions on a lake surrounded by stunning mountain views. One of the most popular activities in the Rockies is a picturesque horseback ride in the hills. For thrill seekers, keep cool in the height of summer by river rafting down a glacier-fed river.

Cathedral Mountain Lodge is part of the Capilano Group of Companies (CGC), which is owned and operated by Nancy Stibbard, who has developed a number of world renowned properties including Capilano Suspension Bridge and Treetops Adventure in Vancouver and Moraine Lake Lodge near Lake Louise.

To secure your reservation, please contact the Cathedral Mountain Reservations Specialists toll free at 1.866.619.6442 or refer to the Cathedral Mountain Lodge website at www.cathedralmountain.com

 

 
     

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