Yesterday we had 2 lost campers, we just opened and this is not how we want to start our season. The situation triggered RCMP and other resources. The campers are found and fine.

If you have never been to our area or Park, please read all the information on the BC Parks web site prior to arrival. This is an Alpine Wilderness Park and area. You are expected to have knowledge of wilderness camping, the area and hiking. Bring all that you require. There is no Cell service or WIFI in the Park or available at the Ranger cabin or Lodge. Make sure you are familiar with all trails and make a plan each day. You are on your own. If you find yourself lost, follow the guidelines set out by Search and Rescue. We expect when you book transport you have your dates, times and number of campers firm. We can not change your reservation. On the Cathedral Lakes Lodge web site, home page, at the bottom is a weather station. This records the weather for our location and elevation. It will give 10 days forward and everyone must check this site. We are much cooler, it can snow any day of the season.

This year the Lodge is not allowing campers into our Lodge building, we are offering no services to campers. No telephone or no WIFI access, no canoe rentals. Please respect our request and hopefully next summer we will return to normal. We must make this a safe and enjoyable summer of hiking. This a complicated and challenging year for all of us. Thank you to everyone who has reserved and have fun!

UPDATE – July 2, 2020.

We are serving meals starting July 6.
Campers who want information concerning the camping and park should call Kaloya Contracting at 250-548-0076.

Previous Update for Reservations in 2020

We are taking Lodging and Camper Transport reservations for June, July, August, and September starting this week. Please get your group organized!

COVID Changes & Protocols

Notice to All Guests

Welcome to Cathedral Lakes Lodge

Cathedral Lakes Lodge is Canada’s highest full service hiking and fishing wilderness lodge. We are located near Quiniscoe Lake, 2000 metres (6800 ft.) above sea level in the heart of Cathedral Provincial Park and Protected Area.

From our lodge, you have access to more than 60 km of well-maintained alpine hiking trails. Choose a shorter walk around one of the nearby lakes, or grab your day pack and head up to the popular Rim Trail for breathtaking 360-degree views of the Coastal Range, North Cascades and Thompson Plateau.

We offer all-inclusive and self-catered accommodations in LODGE rooms, BUNGALOWS or CABINS. Stay for a few nights or just come for the day. We also offer transportation services for campers staying at the provincial back-country campgrounds.

We now have gift certificates available, Click Here to email us and order one today.

Winter at Cathedral Lakes Lodge

For any inquiries regarding the winter season at the Lodge please visit the website below.

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Cathedral Lake Image Gallery

See some stunning images of the lodge and the park.