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Emerald Lake Lodge - British Columbia, Canada
1900s   architecture   British Columbia   Canada   Canadian   cottage   hiking   hotel   lake   luxury   mountain   national park   nature   North America   North American   park   skiing   sport   winter   wood   
This 1902 timber property on a peninsula overlooking a glacial lake in Yoho National Park, west of Banff, is in “an inspirational location and has a great layout,” hence the two perfect scores. The two-story alpine cabins with fireplaces and private balconies have no TVs, and some are “in need of refurbishment.” In summer, guests cross a wooden bridge to dine at Cilantro on the Lake, a log cabin. Mount Burgess’s Rocky Mountain cuisine means caribou medallions, elk tenderloin, and salmon fillets. The local terrain draws cross-country skiers, although some prefer to just “sit in the moonlight and gaze at the peaks reflected in the lake.”
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