DestinationsOutdoor AdventureRoad TripsViews from a Remote Gem in the Southern Canadian Rockies An epic getaway at Island Lake Lodge Sponsored Erin Jackson·July 2, 2019 Total: 18 18 0 0 0Hidden in the Southern Canadian Rockies, Island Lake Lodge is a luxury wilderness experience. With four log-cabin lodges, two restaurants, a spa and countless ways to explore the pristine mountainous landscape in its backyard, a visit to this lodge is something you won’t soon forget. For the ultimate Canadian experience, rent a canoe and spend the afternoon paddling Island Lake, cruising along the coastline looking for moose and other wildlife. You are guaranteed a first-class view of the spectacular mountain ranges and old-growth forests from this perspective. The Lazy Lizard bike trail located on the lower Island Lake property is a 7-kilometre machine-built, single-track trail suitable for the whole family. This popular mountain bike trail will lead you through towering old-growth trees to stunning lookouts. Relax and unwind with first-class views of the spectacular mountain ranges and old-growth forests. Guided hikes and 100 kilometres of hiking trails make Island Lake Lodge a nature lover’s paradise that everyone can experience. Choose from short hikes like the Goldilocks Trail, which boasts dramatic alpine views, or gear up to take on the 22-kilometre Heiko’s Trail for waterfalls, caves, mountain passes and snowfields. The patio of the Bear Lodge Bistro is the perfect place for a cold beverage and tasty meal after a day on the trails. This sunny patio will give you a view of the iconic Three Bears mountain peaks rising above and a taste of locally sourced cuisine. Feet up, lay back, soak in a view of a lifetime. Unplug from the hustle and relax on the private patio outside your room with company and a view that won’t disappoint. The only thing that could make this better is something to sip on while you sit in awe—perhaps a locally-crafted tea from the retail boutique or a bottle of wine from the impressive 3,000-bottle wine library. Standing on top of the world. Accessible trails of all levels gives you an opportunity to personally experience the Southern Canadian Mountains. For more information and to book your adventure, visit Island Lake Lodge.