Why CMH Gothics?
Massive Variety of Terrain
Newly Renovated Cozy Atmosphere
Big Snowfall Country
Gothics Lodge has been newly-renovated! Last season we did the dining room, bar, living room and games room and this season a refresh on the bedrooms giving most their own private bathroom. It's a cozy mountain lodge with a laid back vibe that's great for socializing after a day on the slopes.
Named for the granite sub-range with steeple-like spires, the Gothics has access to both the Northern Selkirks and across to the mighty Monashees. It is one of CMH's largest areas with some of the longest runs, and a wide variety of terrain from premium glades, to open glaciers and excellent tree skiing. Whether you're a heli-rookie or a Gothics loyalist back on holiday, there's plenty of powder to share. New skiers and boarders receive an in-depth orientation the first night, making personal connections in a friendly, fun environment.
The Gothics is the place for you if a wide variety of trips and terrain is what you are looking for.
CMH Gothics Facts
1000m - 2800m
1249.33 sq. km – 239 runs
27 single rooms with private bath, 6 single rooms with shared bath, 7 double/twin rooms with private bath, bar-lounge area, dining room, climbing wall, exercise equipment, games room, shop, massage, whirlpool (outdoor), steam room, wood-fired sauna.
|New Snow (24hrs) 30 cm/12"|
|Snow Base 250 cm/98"|
* 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.
- Airport: Calgary International Airport
- Hotel: The Delta Calgary Airport Hotel »
- Distance: 515 km (320 mi) west of Calgary via Banff, Golden and Revelstoke.