Alpine Meadows Resort

Location: British Columbia | Canada

Price guide: £££££ Less than £100 per person per night

This beautiful retreat made up of log cabins scattered around the shores of the lake invites you to completely relax amongst true Canadian wilderness. You could spend the day exploring the waterfalls at the nearby Wells Gray Provincial Park or paddling on the lake in a kayak. Alternatively, sit on your wooden deck with a cold drink and soak up your tranquil surroundings, keeping a close eye out for a roaming black or brown bear.
Perfect forAdventurous types looking to get away from it all in a beautiful setting. The spacious cabins are also a fantastic option for families.
In the knowThe resort’s remote setting and vast scope for adventure certainly encourages you to indulge your inner Bear Grylls, and you can make the most of the complimentary row boats, kayaks and canoes in this pristine wilderness.

Recommended for...

  • Walking & Trekking
  • Wildlife & Nature
  • Water activities
  • Setting & Views

Hotel Overview

Sense of place

Alpine Meadows Resort is nestled in the spectacular surroundings of Clearwater, with the hiking trails and waterfalls of Wells Gray Provincial Park on the doorstep.

Rooms at Alpine Meadows Resort

The suites, chalets and log cabins, which range in size from one to three bedrooms, are spacious and comfortable, with polished-wood interiors and private decks with panoramic vistas. The chalets come with fitted kitchens, so you have the freedom to rustle up your own meals if you wish. There are also some stylish glamping options, offering a wilderness experience without stinting on luxury.

Food & drink

If you don’t feel like cooking in your cabin, the resort’s waterfront restaurant, the Boathouse, serves up hearty continental breakfasts in the mornings and fine West Coast cuisine using fresh local ingredients later in the day, plus delicious desserts. Wash it all down with fantastic local wines - or try the signature summer cocktail, the Boathouse Twist, which is perfect for enjoying on the lakeside patio. You’ll also get to refuel with sizzling wood-fired barbecues, which you can enjoy under the stars.


Reward yourself after a day in the great outdoors with a soothing soak in the large lakeside Jacuzzi.

Activities at Alpine Meadows Resort

Before long, you won’t be able to resist getting out and exploring this natural wonderland. Enjoy canoeing or kayaking, or go white water rafting to fuel your adrenaline levels further. You can hike or bike along the scenic forested trails and around waterfalls, while budding David Attenboroughs can also enjoy bear spotting and birdwatching. Back at the resort, there is a games area and playground with plenty of activities to keep children entertained.

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Hotel location

Getting to Alpine Meadows Resort is half the fun – its secluded location is reached via a scenic winding road, which is well worth the effort. It is approximately a 5-hour drive from Vancouver and its airport, and a 4-hour drive from Jasper.

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