Mount Robson Mountain River Lodge

When it comes to promoting Mount Robson Mountain River Lodge, we try our best to do an honest job of telling you about the lodge and cabins, the services we offer, and the (amazingly beautiful, we think) area we’re in but … why take our word for it? Sometimes it’s just better to let others do your talking for you. With that in mind, here are some reviews we’ve received from our guests on a third-party website, Trip Advisor – we think they do a pretty good job.

This is a great lodge, and it’s perfectly located near a number of great day hikes around the Valemount/Jasper region. Claudia and Curtis are very friendly and accommodating.

I suspect there are few Lodges with such a view of Mt. Robson. Mountain gazers would do well to reserve one of the rooms upstairs in the lodge that have decks and sliding glass doors facing the peak. When the clouds dissipated following the autumn’s first higher-elevation snow, the view was just glorious. The inn is very close to hiking trails to the mountain and wilderness areas.

Deck by River

Upon our arrival I was already in awe of our point blank view of Mt. Robson in all of its glory. How could it get any better, a river of glacial water rushing by the lodge is how. Woot! This picturesque setting was stunning with the wonderfully designed and crafted log lodge. Our host was very welcoming and got us settled in to our room. With a mountain home feel the room was cozy and a perfect fit for our overnight stay. After our 9 hour drive we enjoyed crashing out on the bed in front of our flat screen. We enjoyed the view of Mt. Robson and the glacial river rushing below.

We had a great stay here with delightful hosts who were extremely helpful and who went out of their way to make our stay so great. The views from the house were stunning and we were fortunate enough to see Mount Robson in all its glory. Our room was spotlessly clean and the bed incredibly comfortable. 

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