On JUNE 1ST, 2020 the Crandell Mountain Lodge will be open to hosting guests once again.
The health and safety of our guests and staff is of the highest priority and we have instituted strict guidelines on the cleaning of every room, going the extra distance to ensure your peace of mind. All suggested guidelines for physical distancing, hand sanitizer stations, extra disinfection of all high touch surface points such as door knobs, remotes, thermostats, railings, etc. are being followed and adhered to.
Please view the following .pdf document to see a comprehensive outline of all of the steps we are undertaking onsite: Crandell Mountain Lodge - Covid19 Preventative Measures.If your travel plans need to be modified or cancelled because of Coronavirus concerns we are temporarily removing all normal change and cancel restrictions. All current and new reservations for stays until May 31st, 2020 will have our normal cancellation policy waived and may be cancelled with 24 hours notice. For further information please contact us at 1-866-859-2288 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT'S OPEN AND WHAT'S CLOSED IN WATERTON LAKES NATIONAL PARK?
For the most up-to-date information on what's open and what's closed in Waterton Lakes National Park please visit Parks Canada's website at: https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/ab/waterton
On June 1st, 2020 Parks Canada has announced that visitors will be able to access the following areas, services, and facilities:
- Some day use areas that will include Cameron Bay, the Waterton lakeshore, Emerald Bay, Linnet Lake, Driftwood Beach, Pass Creek, Hay Barn and Maskinonge. Picnic tables will be open and available.
- Red Rock Parkway will be open for hiking and bicycling. Many trails are open as well. Parks Canada notes that visitors are responsible for maintaining physical social distancing while on trails.
- Upper, middle and lower Waterton Lakes will be accessible for non-motorized watercraft.
- Public washrooms at the Fire Hall and Cameron Falls in the Waterton townsite will be available.
One of Alberta's Charming Inns, the Crandell Mountain Lodge, is a cozy country lodge ideal for travelers looking for a quaint experience. The most unique of Waterton hotels, the Crandell has rooms with fireplaces, country décor, and lots of character. Relax on our peaceful patio that is perfect for savoring the incredible mountain views and fresh air of Southern Alberta. Alberta Service Best smiles and standards of excellence awarded with Alberta Housekeeping awards, the Crandell Mountain Lodge is a jewel within itself. With the feeling of a country bed and breakfast and the comfort of a lodge, the Crandell Mountain Lodge is a hotel accommodations experience to remember. Relax and explore Waterton from the comfort and charm of this unique accommodation.
Waterton Lakes National Park is a breathtaking experience located in South Western Alberta. Out of the rolling prairies suddenly rise the majestic Rocky Mountains where ancient lakes delight, carved out of the rock by glaciers in aeons past. Bordering Glacier National Park in Montana, the two Parks combine to form the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, the first of its kind in the world. Waterton Lakes National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, an International Peace Park, and a Biosphere Reserve! The only Park in the world to have these three distinctions!