Beaverfoot Lodge is currently closed for annual maintenance
Check availability or make an online booking for the Lodge, Cabins or Covered Wagons using the Availability and Booking tool on this page. For camping, please call or e-mail us.
Phone: +1 250 290 0019
Email: [email protected]
Location / Getting Here
We are ‘off the grid’ and ‘off the beaten path’, approximately 12.5km down an unpaved, gravel logging road (Beaverfoot Rd). About half way down the road you will see a sign that says “Don’t give up yet!”. When you reach us you’ll be glad you didn’t.
Coming from the East (Lake Louise):
From Field drive towards Golden on the TransCanada for 30Km. The turn off for Beaverfoot Road is on the right, just after you exit Yoho National Park (you will see lots of large advertising billboards on the left – slow down as soon as you see them). Go under the highway, cross over the rail track and the Kicking Horse River. Travel straight down Beaverfoot Road 12.5 Km.
Coming from the West (Revelstoke):
From Golden travel towards Lake Louise on Trans-Canada for 26 Km until you see the Beaverfoot Road turn off – start to slow down before 26 km as the signs are immediately before the turn off (if you see the Yoho National Park Sign you have gone too far by about 1/2 a kilometre). After you turn off the highway, you will cross over a railtrack and the Kicking Horse River. Travel down Beaverfoot Road 12.5 Km.
Deposit / Cancellation Policy
50% deposit taken to secure reservation. Deposit, less 5% administration fee (or $25 whichever is greater), refunded if cancelled up to 60 days prior to check-in. If cancelled 30-60 days before date of arrival, deposit will not be refunded. If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the total price of the reservation will be charged.
We reserve the right to cancel a booking, upon which all money paid will be refunded.
Visa / Mastercard Surcharge
As Beaverfoot is ‘off the grid’ in such a remote and beautifully unspoilt location, we are subject to satellite related charges. Credit card payments (Visa and Mastercard) made during your stay at Beaverfoot are therefore subject to a 5% surcharge to cover the cost of this option. Paying with cash is best when you are here. If you have Canadian online banking we can accept e-transfers. Unfortunately, we cannot accept debit cards, American Express or personal checks.
For people who have difficulty with stairs, we suggest Rustic Cabin 2 or The Dream Chalet. All Lodge guest rooms are up a flight of stairs and there is no elevator. Please call for more details.
Pets are welcome in our Camp Meadow, we ask that you keep them on leash and pick up after them. Rustic Cabin 2 and the Executive Cabin are pet friendly. There is a charge of $7 + tax per pet per night.
Other useful information:
Golden is on Mountain Time
Check-in 3pm; check-out 11am. The Lodge reception closes at 10pm.
We are “off the grid” and very proud to generate all our ‘green’ power from our micro-hydro generator which runs off our creek. As the water levels decrease in the winter, so does our power (no hair dryers please!).
Beaverfoot is a rustic wilderness resort – the Lodge and Cabins are heated by wood stoves.
Beaverfoot Forestry Service Road is an unpaved logging road – please drive slowly and with caution (when there is active logging there are large logging trucks on the road).
We can have snow on the ground from mid October to end April (or even mid May!). Please make sure your vehicle has good winter tires and is suitable to access the Lodge if you are visiting during this period – you will be driving on snow and ice.
There is now cell phone coverage at Beaverfoot. Wifi is only available at the Lodge.
You will be asked to sign our standard adventure tourism waiver when you check-in. All guests are required to sign it.
- The Lodge Dinning Room is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner from June-September. Dinner is served 6.30-9pm and features delicious wood fired thin crust pizzas and salads.
Quiet hours 10.30pm – 8.am
Beaverfoot is a very special place – as some guests have put it “Paradise Found – a very peaceful and serene place nestled in the mountains… which feel so close you can almost touch them.”