It’s warm, cozy and just the right amount of rustic
But what really makes the Sundance Lodge a special place to stay is the quintessential Old West history that surrounds this place.
The 10-room log cabin was built in 1991. It sits near the original Ten-Mile Cabin, constructed in 1923, that was used as a rest shelter for trail riders heading to Mount Assiniboine.
Set against the looming Sundance Mountain Range and surrounded by thick woods, Sundance Lodge feels remote and secluded despite being just 16 kilometres (10 miles) from town.
Watch for wildlife on the porch or settle into a comfortable chair near the crackling fireplace and kick up your feet. You’ll know when it’s getting close to supper time: the smell of baking bread or sizzling steak wafts through the entire lodge.
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Ski or snowshoe to the front door
This place isn’t just for summer horseback riders. In the winter, you can ski or snowshoe the 16 kilometres (10 miles) of mild terrain right to the Sundance Lodge.
That makes these accommodations a cozy and private spot to get away in the cooler months. We offer an Exclusive Usage program, which means you can book the entire lodge for a group event.
About Sundance Lodge
- This place is known for its great food. We think the massive kitchen brings out the best in cooks
- Powered by solar; heated by burning wood
- Indoor washrooms and heated showers are onsite
- The walls were built with locally harvested timber
How to get here
No roads lead to this retreat – instead, enjoy a 16-kilometre hike, horseback ride, ski or snowshoe from the Banff townsite.
Number of bedrooms
10 (room for 34 in total)