Skoki Ski Lodge has been welcoming skiers and hikers to the idyllic Skoki Valley for nearly a century. Built as a backcountry ski lodge in the 1930s, it is both a beautiful example of the rustic building tradition and a living link with the earliest days of ski tourism in Canada. The lodge and its cabins and outbuildings are located along the banks of Little Pipestone Creek, more than 10 kilometres from the nearest road. Today it is a popular overnight retreat for hikers and skiers offering legendary backcountry hospitality, comfort and conviviality.
Skoki Valley (accessible on foot only) is 15 km from the Fish Creek parking lot or 11 km from Temple Lodge (registered guests only) parking lot in Banff National Park, Alberta.
Hours of operation
Mid-June to mid-April
*Dates may vary
Banff National Park
Founded in 1885, Banff is Canada’s first national park and part of the first national park system in the world. With its soaring peaks, azure lakes and abundant wildlife, this Rocky Mountain park attracts millions of visitors every year.