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September 18, 2017:  Assiniboine Lodge has reopened for guest access as of September 15.

The Naiset Huts, Magog Lake Campground and Og Lake Campground have reopened as of September 20.

Assiniboine Pass and Wonder Pass have repened as of September 20.  The hiking routes from Sunshine Village and Highway 93S are still closed.

Sunshine via Citadel Pass to Assiniboine:  CLOSED

Ferro Pass to Assiniboine:  CLOSED

Mitchell Valley to Assiniboine:  OPEN

Mt. Shark via Bryant Creek and Assiniboine Pass to Assiniboine:  OPEN

Mt. Shark via Bryant Creek nd Wonder Pass to Assiniboine:  OPEN


We will post further updates once they are made available by BC Parks and BC Wildfire Services and Banff National Park.  


For additional information visit the Banff National Parks, Verdant Creek Wildfire updates page at


As a result of the recent park closures, we are dealing with high call and email volumes.  We appreciate your patience in receiving a call back or email reply.


Thanks for staying with us!

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Click HERE to read a testimonial from a recent first time guest at the Lodge.

SUMMER SEASON: June 23 - October 1, 2017

Assiniboine Lodge is mostly sold out for the summer season.  We also get the odd cancellation so feel free to check with us for availability at 403-678-2883 or

SUMMER Naiset Huts: June 23 - October 1, 2017

Naiset Huts are sold out for the remainder of the season.

WINTER SEASON: February 9 - April 2, 2018

We are now accepting bookings for Winter, 2018.

SUMMER SEASON: June 24 - Sept 30, 2018

We are now accepting Booking Requests for Summer 2018.  Please complete the Booking Request Form.

**ATTENTION:   On Oct 7, 2015 a large landslide occurred on the low angled slopes of Mount Cautley, above the Magog Lake area. It is unknown whether further slide activity will occur in this area. BC Parks requests, for public safety, that visitors to the area stay well away from the event and its run out downslope.

The Simpson River suspension bridge located near the Surprise Creek cabin has been permanently REMOVED due to safety concerns caused by flood damage in the Spring of 2015. Fording the Simpson River is not recommended.


Watch our winter video:
 Assiniboine Winter Magic

Take a step back into Canadian history and have a mountain adventure like no other. Built in 1928, Assiniboine Lodge is the first ski lodge in the Canadian Rockies. Retaining it's rustic charm of the past, the comfortable and cozy accommodations are the perfect base to explore the spectacular surroundings. The full service lodge welcomes 30 guests in 7 private cabins and 5 lodge rooms. Accessible from Canmore, guests enjoy guided hiking and ski touring, great fresh hearty food, warm showers, saunas and goose down duvets.  The Assiniboine family welcomes people with an adventurous spirit who are ready to be inspired by the mountains and beautiful meadows. Extraordinary experiences are served daily.

Assiniboine Lodge is located in Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park in British Columbia. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Assiniboine is a place of soaring glacier clad peaks, alpine meadows filled with larch trees, wildflowers and powder snow, turquoise lakes and remote wilderness. The Park is 28 kilometeres from the nearest road and accessible by helicopter, hiking or skiing.

Assiniboine Lodge manages the Campgrounds and operates basic overnight shelters at the Naiset Huts for hikers and skiers and the Hind Hut for climbers.


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