Summer is a wonderful time of year to be in the mountains, when wildflowers colour the fields, birds and animals are in abundance, and hiking in the neighbouring Glacier National…Read More about the post: Summer Season Summary.
During the summer, when Golden locals aren’t able to ski in the surrounding mountains, one of the most popular ways to continue to enjoy mountain activities is on a mountain bike.…Read More about the post: Crankworx British Columbia in Golden.
Heather Mountain Lodge COVID-19 Summer Safety Message Last Update: July 1st, 2021 The health & safety of our guests and staff is our number one priority. As a shared responsibility,…Read More about the post: COVID-19 Update.
The human stories of Canada’s Glacier National Park began long before Albert Rogers completed his famed journey through the extreme wilderness which characterizes the area. These are living stories, which…Read More about the post: Walking in the Footsteps.
“Such a view! Never to be forgotten!” These words were written by Albert Rogers in 1881 during his successful attempt to find a route through the Selkirk Mountains for Canada’s…Read More about the post: “50 Switzerlands in One”—The History of Tourism in Canada’s Glacier National Park.
The Selkirk Mountains of Rogers Pass are a window through time. Glaciers. Alpine tundra. Rising stone. Old growth rainforest. Even though the Trans-Canada Highway ribbons through here, shuttling millions of…Read More about the post: Live Fire Restaurant Ignited at Heather Mountain Lodge.
Imagine hiking through the quiet of an alpine morning. The only sounds are those of the mountains: the creek chasing itself down the center of an expansive valley bounded in…Read More about the post: Being Bear in Canada’s Glacier National Park.
Elopement and Small Weddings FAQs Q: How many guests may I have for a small wedding? A: You may have as many as 2 to approx. 24 guests Q: Where…Read More about the post: FAQs: Elopement & Small Wedding Packages at Heather Mountain Lodge.
The Trans-Canada Highway is currently closed for construction just east of Golden, near the BC-Alberta border, but will remain fully open during peak summer and winter seasons. Our guests can…Read More about the post: Kicking Horse Canyon Construction.
Driving from Calgary/Golden: Driving from Calgary International Airport, head North on Deerfoot Trail (Highway 2), then exit onto Stoney Trail North West (Highway 201). Drive all the way to…Read More about the post: Getting Here!.