Cathedral Mountain Lodge

Address: 1 Yoho Valley Road, Field, British Columbia, V0A 1G0, Canada | 4 star lodge
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This 4 star lodge, located on 1 Yoho Valley Road, Field, is near Emerald Lake, Takakkaw Falls and Twin Falls, Takakkaw Falls, and Yoho National Park.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Cathedral Mountain Lodge Field

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    Travel Blogs from Field

    Made it to Gield

    A travel blog entry by vyvyan on Oct 05, 2014

    4 photos

    ... This has been made over thousands of years. It started as a waterfall and as time went on the water found natural routes through the rock, which over time got bigger and made a hole through which the water flowed. Eventually the became so big that the water all flowed that way and in a few thousand years more it is expected that the bridge ...

    Lake Louise

    A travel blog entry by pattied on Sep 25, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... that when you look at the pictures, you will be as amazed as we were to hear that such attractive rooms are, for the most part, in their original state!! While I could go on and on about the lodge's character, check out some of the pictures attached to get a real flavor. But, before I leave the topic of our lodge, let me share an especially amazing discovery - While talking with Peter yesterday, Mary learned that their parents may have stayed here at the Deer Lodge ...

    Rocky Mountaineer Day 2

    A travel blog entry by wild_adventures on Aug 19, 2014

    11 photos

    What can you say except...awesome, awesome, awesome, just when we thought it couldn't get any better, it was like the steak knife ad 'but wait there's more!

    We left Kamloops at about 7:30am and it didn't take long before the landscape changed back to green and the mountains just got bigger. The highest peak so far was Mount Vaux at 3,519mts.
    There was plenty of changing scenery from green lakes to rapid rivers to glaciers and the ...

    Lakes, Mountains and Flying Canoes

    A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 08, 2014

    2 comments, 30 photos

    ... roads it was like being on the motorway at home: all you have to do is keep your right foot still and steer. Plus, as it was an automatic, there was no gear changing to be done, but that still didn't stop me slamming my left arm into the door each time we were slowing down to come off the highway. I suppose I'll get used to that when we're in the motorhome.

    After about an hour or so, we stopped in Banff for a toilet break, and carried on, driving underneath what ...

    Lake Louise

    A travel blog entry by paul_n_desiree on Jul 05, 2014

    27 photos

    ... we started at 5,200 ft elevation and climbed up to over 7,000 ft.

    The view was spectacular. The hike down was much easier. On the way
    down we could only look at those on their way up, with the same look as we had.
    Didn't have the heart to tell some how far they still had to go.

    A group of us went to the Saloon for dinner, was a great night. Have met some great people on this tour.