Overlander Mountain Lodge
On the edge of Jasper National Park, overlooking the Rocky Mountains, the Overlander Mountain Lodge offers spectacular views, fine dining and comfortable lodging. Warm hospitality and a cosy atmosphere are combined in a setting of unique, natural beauty.
At a Glance
Tranquil location with stunning mountain views
Only 15 minutes drive from Jasper township
Choice of cosy lodge rooms or larger family friendly two and three bedroom chalets
Peaceful base for a longer stay exploring this beautiful area
Award winning on site restaurant offering fresh local cuisine
To start planning your vacation to Overlander Mountain Lodge
For those who like peace and tranquillity, away from the towns, the Overlander Mountain Lodge presents a wonderful escape. Choose from cosy lodge rooms or one of the larger chalets to use as a base for exploring this beautiful area.
Guests at the main lodge can enjoy the comfortable lounge, complete with roaring log fire on cooler evening alongside fine dining at the lodges own Stone Peaks restaurant.
For families, the two and three bedroom chalets offer comfortable and affordable independent living and a home from home feel with plenty of space to spread out and enjoy. Days can be spent exploring, hiking and biking, evenings can be spent out on the deck enjoying the view and a barbecue and watching for a hint of the local wildlife coming to say hello.
Jasper township with its shops, activities and restaurants is still only a 15 minute drive away so despite feeling you are more in the wilderness, you are never too far from civilization. Overlander makes a great alternative to stays in town so you can truly experience the pleasures of the Canadian outdoor lifestyle.
Guests have a choice of rooms in the main lodge and surrounds or one of the 6 two and three bedroom chalets which offer more independent and self catering options, ideal for longer stays.
Garden View Rooms offer comfortable accommodations for the more budget conscious with a Queen bed or Two Twin beds, en suite bathroom, complimentary WiFi access and iPod dock. These are in the main lodge building.
Mountain View Rooms have wonderful views of the surrounding mountains, a Queen bed, patio, en suite bathroom, complimentary WiFi, iPod dock and coffee maker. They are also in the main lodge building.
Miette Rooms are newly renovated and located in a separate building close to the main lodge. All rooms feature a Queen bed and cosy atmosphere with a gas fireplace, complimentary WiFi, iPod dock, coffee maker and en suite bathroom.
None of the lodge rooms have telephones or TVs
For families we recommend the chalet rentals. The Overlander Vacation Rentals offer rustic comfort with all modern conveniences including full kitchens, TV and DVD players, fireplaces, two or three bedrooms and patio areas, some with gas barbecues. They are perfect for more of an extended stay to enjoy this beautiful area. The Roche Perdix Chalet with wraparound deck, huge living room with mountain views and two bathrooms is the most luxurious cabin and is always in high demand.
Families are welcome at the lodge and the chalets lend themselves beautifully to family stays. The main lodge rooms accommodate a maximum of 2 people per room and there are no interconnecting rooms therefore the chalets are the best family option.
The cosy guest lounge is perfect for cooler evenings with comfy couches and a roaring fireplace it's the place to be curled up with a book. During July and August there is a lounge dining service from 3pm to 10pm.
The Stone Peaks Restaurant offers fine dining with a panoramic view of the mountains. During the warmer months the patio is an ideal spot to enjoy a great meal. The focus of their Rocky Mountain cuisine is on fresh, local ingredients and an award winning wine list to match. Stone Peaks is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner offering mouth watering goodies to satisfy.
In the heart of the Rocky Mountains, the lodge is ideally located for enjoying this breathtaking area. Guests can find hiking trails, horse riding, boat trips, kayaking, hot springs and a trip to the top of Jasper Tramway for wonderful views.
Although the lodge doesn't offer any particular activities, they will be happy to assist you in planning action packed and fun days whilst staying in the area.
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When to go
Alberta has a dry continental climate with warm summers and cold winters, making it a year round destination. The ski season is from December to March and the summer season from May to September. At any time of year you can expect the sun to be out. Winters can get cold, when the temperature can plummet to a bone chilling -20°C. Summers tend to be hot and dry, with the warmest months being July and August, where the temperature sits at a comfortable 25°C.