Fernie home to one of the most unique hotels

For the second time in the last three years Island Lake Lodge was chosen by National Geographic Traveler magazine as one of the most authentic and unique hotels in Canada.

  • Jun. 24, 2011 7:00 p.m.

Island Lake Lodge was named one of the most authentic and unique hotels.

For the second time in the last three years Island Lake Lodge was chosen by National Geographic Traveler magazine as one of the most authentic and unique hotels in Canada.

Island Lake made the list for the first time in 2009.

“Our team has worked hard over the years to create a special lodge and experience. After spending most of my life in the Rocky Mountains, I can attest to the uniqueness of this wonderful place,” said Doug Feely, CEO of Island Lake. “I still get inspired every time I go up to Island Lake Lodge and see our wonderful property set against the magnificent backdrop of the surrounding mountain peaks.”

Island Lake Lodge opened last week for its summer season.

For more information visit www.islandlakecatskiing.com

 

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