Posted March 19, 2017 - 1:04 pm

Cross Country Grooming Report

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The cross country trail from our parking lot to the lodge is open again. Please stay on the Access Road and do not use the side cross country trails as the moose are still actively in the area.

You have only two more weekends to enjoy our Winter Lunch! For $69 +taxes per person, enjoy a snowcat ride up through a winter forest to the lodge, followed by a two course meal (main and dessert). Rent cross country skis or snowshoes (for a small fee) to enjoy the trails around the lodge including Meadow Trail, Lake Trail and Bat Trail.

We’d like to remind trail users of a few important points. Island Lake property is restricted to non-motorized use. Dogs on our trails must be under the control of the owner. A dog not under control poses a significant threat to wildlife, other trail users and Island Lake staff. Dogs are allowed at Island Lake Lodge only if leashed, accompanied by and under the control of the owner. Never travel beyond signs that read: DANGER AVALANCHE HAZARD GUIDED GROUPS ONLY. Read and follow all other informational and safety signs on Island Lake property.

If you’ve never visited the Lodge in the winter before, consider joining us for lunch or a spa treatment…

Open Thursday to Sunday, lunch is offered 11am-2pm – Advance Reservations Required.
Spa is available 9:30am -4pm, with advance reservations also required.

If you’re planning on enjoying the beautiful scenery along our access road, please remember that first and foremost, it is our route for transportation of all staff and guests to and from the lodge. You should expect to encounter both snowmobile and snow-cat traffic while on the road; please yield to all oncoming traffic and stay to the side of the road wherever possible.

We’d love to see your photos this winter, so be sure to share them across social media using #islandlakelodge and #lodgelife. Above all else, enjoy the fresh snow and beautiful surroundings! We look forward to seeing you at Island Lake this winter.


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