Halfway between Golden and Revelstoke
— perfectly located somewhere close to nowhere.
Glacier National Park accommodation that inspires. Somewhere Close to Nowhere — between the small mountain towns of Golden and Revelstoke, B.C.—is a vast expanse of mountains, trees and wilderness. Nestled in that wilderness is the most unique Rogers Pass accommodation near Glacier National Park—the incomparable Heather Mountain Lodge.
In 2016, from June 24 to September 30, Heather Mountain Lodge hosts travellers who care to experience British Columbia rather than simply eat and sleep in it. It’s a place to call their own and a welcome upgrade from the standard Golden hotels and regular Revelstoke accommodations.
Accommodation with a difference. Heather Mountain Lodge is a family-owned, classic Canadian timber-frame lodge perched just off the most northerly point of the Trans-Canada Highway in British Columbia’s famous Rogers Pass. This unique and easily accessible alternative to Revelstoke hotels is just 200 metres from the east gate turn-off to Canada’s Glacier National Park.
Each guest room boasts panoramic views of the mountains crowning Rogers Pass — the same “impenetrable peaks” that formed the last barrier to the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Heather Mountain Lodge is completely self-sufficient, adding an off-the-grid element that stands apart from other Golden motels and Revelstoke hotels. A remote feel, high mountain hospitality, exceptional food and a quieter sleep make Heather Mountain Lodge simply the best choice for accommodation in the Revelstoke-Golden region.
This summer, pioneer a visit to Heather Mountain Lodge and make nowhere your somewhere.
“I love the Lodge, it had me coming back each year. With the new cabins I am coming back for life.”
Opening June 24, this 2016 summer, Heather Mountain Lodge & Cabins is the accommodation and restaurant serving Glacier National Park, from its eastern edge. With only 2 km separating Heather Mountain Lodge and Glacier National Park’s east gate, we are the perfect base for your summer adventures. With no other accommodation or restaurant on the 150 km of Hwy 1 between Golden and Revelstoke, you will truly be Somewhere Close to Nowhere. Book Now!New Cabins. 2013-02-16
The best view on our property of the glaciated peaks of Glacier National Park awaits you from your private deep soaking tub, in your private cabin. New this summer Heather Mountain Lodge would like to offer you an exceptional mountain retreat in one of our two private timber frame cabins. Inside, your feet will be warmed with in floor heating and your soul warmed with a woodstove and a book begging to be read. Each cabin has a king sized bed complete with a deep sleeping duvet. Spend your day exploring Glacier National Park. Spend your evening tucked away in the woods. This is the quintessential British Columbian mountain experience.