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by Ben the Grate
February 26, 2002
The number of people allowed to enter this area of the park is restricted, so advance reservations are REQUIRED, and if you're looking for July or August you'd better make them 6 months in advance.
From journal The Most Beautiful Lake on Earth
All meals, taxes, and transfers on the school bus are included in their rates, which for 2002 are listed below.
Room in lodge with shared bath - $240 US Lakeshore cabin with private bath - $320 US
Deluxe cabin - $360 US
$130 US, main lodge with shared bath only
Is this expensive? YES. It is worth it? YES. During the winter you'll be one of only 16 guests. During the summer, you'll be one of 50. The staff-to-guest ratio is often 2 to 1, greater in the winter. They provide everything from personal guides and naturalists to fine cuisine and wine every night. They pack sumptuous picnic lunches for you to take on your hikes.
Staying at this charming and rustic backcountry lodge is the PINNACLE of a Canadian Rockies luxury experience. Forget the Chateau Lake Louise, the Banff Springs, or the Jasper Park Lodge, Lake O'Hara makes fools of them all!