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Overview - hotel description - Palliser Lodge description

The Palliser Lodge offers spacious and well-appointed condos in a ski-in/ski-out location, just a 5 minute walk from the resort base at Gondola Plaza, and the Golden Eagle Express Gondola. This is an excellent choice for those looking for the adding flexibility of self-catering, with each condo (not rooms) offering fully equipped kitchens and large living areas. There are also condos with private hot tubs.

Hotel Amenities:

  • WiFi
  • Laundry facilities
  • Exercise room
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Ski storage
  • Heated underground parking
  • Ski-in/ski-out access

Facilities - Palliser Lodge features

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

The Palliser Lodge offers comfortable rooms and suites. Guest Rooms are equipped with a coffee maker, mini fridge and a microwave, whereas all condos have a fully equipped kitchen. Suites also feature a fireplace and a private balcony.

Room Amenities

  • Efficiency kitchen with sink and bar fridge (Guest Rooms)
  • Fully equipped kitchen (Suites)
  • Satellite TV
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Private balconies (Suites)
  • Fireplace (Suites)
  • Washer/dryer (Suites

Room Types Available

  • Guest Room: 1 King bed
  • 1 Bedroom Suite: 1 Queen bed in separate bedroom with a Queen-size sofa bed in the lounge
  • 2 Bedroom Suite: 2 separate bedrooms with 1 Queen + 1 Queen beds with a Queen-size sofa bed in the lounge, private hot-tub

Meals - food and drink in Palliser Lodge

We update Palliser Lodge's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Kicking Horse - about holidays in Kicking Horse - about ski holidays in Kicking Horse - about ski holidays in Kicking Horse Canada

Insane steeps Awesome powder skiing Traffic free

“Heli-skiing splendour at lift ticket prices”, the Horse is the most formidable spot on the Powder Highway, with the kind of 45 degree descents you’ll tell the grandkids about. Make the most of the fact it’s still in its infancy and get here soon for the little to no lift lines, empty slopes, and - we’re in the Canadian Rockies after all – dreamily light powder almost always.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Off Piste Experts

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Calgary International Airport (YYC)293km, 3 hours
Region:British Columbia, Canada
First opened:2000

Kicking Horse lift pass price last reported as Ski pass: $99 (adult pass per day). Ask for a quote when booking Palliser Lodge.
Night skiing: No
Kicking Horse has facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1190m / 3900ft
Top of slopes: 2450m / 8033ft
Bottom of piste: 1190m / 3900ft
Vertical drop:
Total length of trails:106 runs
Longest piste:10km
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The top of the mountain consists of four main bowls and several ridges that fan out into one main face, providing a total 128 named runs. Filled with steep open bowls, glorious glades and dry powder, this absolutely perfect for seasoned SNO lovers, and quiet too. Skiers well outnumber boarders here - the resort lacks terrain parks and traversing is required beyond the lifts. While praised as expert territory, there’s enough terrain for beginners to improve their skills at the base of the mountain, and the ...
In several ways, the Horse is actually still just a foal, and the village has a way to go until it reaches maturity. Still, there are just enough restaurants, pubs and bars to keep things interesting. It’s an unspoken rule that Peaks Grill is the first stop for après and crowds can be seen spilling out onto the terrace on sunny days. Whiskies on the patio at The Local Hero are another must after-hours experience. For food, one of the best of all, the Eagle Eye restaurant, is not at the base but perched up on t...

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