Why CMH Bobbie Burns?
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NEW: Small Group Trips in the Burns!
Massive vertical and nonstop runs are what create epic days at the Bobbie Burns. Ski high alpine, wide open glaciers and perfectly spaced tree runs with scenic runs spanning the terrain of both the Purcell and Selkirk Mountains. The area has become especially popular with CMH veterans. The result is that skiing here is bold and challenging.
Bobbie Burns is a wilderness retreat with ample amenities to reward you after a big day in the mountains. The lodge is remote and boasts one of our shortest travel distances. It also has our largest wine cellar!
So if lots of vertical in a remote lodge is what you are after the Bobbie Burns is a great choice.
CMH Bobbie Burns Facts
Purcells and Selkirks
900m - 3050m
1052.63 sq. km | 303 runs
12 single and 14 double/twin rooms, all with private bath, bar-lounge area, dining room, climbing wall, exercise equipment, games room, shop, massage, whirlpool (outdoor) and sauna.
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CMH BOBBIE BURNS TRIPS
* Prices are based on double occupancy. Subject to applicable taxes. Please ask about single rates.
All US$ prices are based on the current US/CDN exchange rate as available on www.bankofcanada.ca. US$ prices are for information purposes only and are subject to change. The trip will be invoiced in Canadian dollars and will be subject to the then applicable exchange rate if paid by the guest in another currency. Banks and credit card companies may charge certain fees and/or use a different exchange rate for credit card invoicing purposes.
TransportationOur private coaches will depart for the Bobbie Burns Lodge in the morning. Transport will be accompanied by a CMH Coach Host (from Banff). Every trip is catered with food and beverages. Departing guests will board the same coach for the return journey to Calgary.
- Airport: Calgary International Airport
- Hotel: The Delta Calgary Airport Hotel »
- Distance: 314 km (186 mi) west of Calgary via Banff, Golden and Parson.