Luxury Wilderness Lodge & Guest Ranch:  All-Inclusive Rates

Siwash Lake is an all-inclusive luxury wilderness resort. This 5-star lodge and guest ranch is a private retreat and oasis within a rare, enchanting ecosystem — legendary for tailor-made horseback riding and world-class adventures amid Nature.

The lodge at Siwash Lake - an all-inclusive luxury wilderness resort

All-Inclusive Resort Rates

This unique all-inclusive wilderness resort is a bucolic blend of a luxury ranch, an adventure lodge and a tented camp. Rates for your Siwash Lake retreat include choice of these three unique accommodations, fine cuisine, beverages, premium alcohol and the award-winning SiwashSynergy™ horseback riding experience, plus a wide array of privately guided wilderness adventures. Gear and equipment is also supplied for self guided activities between dawn and dusk.

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A Unique hideaway for Bespoke, multi-gen Retreats

luxury tenting at our exclusive star camp™
 world-class wilderness ADVENTURES  
Equestrian Experiences
open-air, fine dining
now accepting PRIVATE GROUP 'Resort buyout' reservations for our 2023 season & Beyond
1-16 guests
individual families, couples & small groups — please scroll down to see Rates  >

Luxury Tented Camp at Siwash Lake   Adventure Lodge and Luxury Ranch at Siwash Lake.

Family Owned & Operated

We are fourth generation Canadian ranchers and wilderness dwellers. Our laid back western lifestyle and unpretentious luxury in the wilds has charmed a discerning, international clientele for over two decades.

At Siwash Lake, we offer a myriad of alluring adventures to satisfy all ages. The resort is designed to be your own personal wilderness hideaway where you set the pace and the mood. Every amenity, every detail, every moment is tailored to your needs.


A rare and enchanting ecosystem at Siwash Lake


All-Inclusive Experience:

  • Choice of 3, 4, & 7 night packages
  • Authentic, off-grid Accommodations with twice-daily housekeeping & luxury amenities
  • Morning coffee service, snack bar, breakfast, lunch, hors d’oeuvres & 3-course dinner
  • Elegant Open Air Fine Dining, featuring food grown in our ranch gardens & foraged from the wilds
  • Unlimited fine BC wines, premium beer & spirits, soft drinks & assorted beverages
  • Tailor-made Adventure itineraries
  • Private guides
  • Award-winning Horseback Riding program 
  • Two daily, guided Wilderness Adventures
  • Full use of facilities & equipment, dawn until dusk, for Self-Guided Activities
  • Access to Our Favourites — world-class, full day expeditions (a la carte, additional cost)

Travel back in time, transported by the rustic elegance of Siwash Lake Wilderness Resort... Siwash Lake is beautiful, high-end and off-the-beaten-track. A wild oasis within a fire-licked forest. Find reconnection with yourself and your loved ones in this enchanting setting. This National Geographic honoured unique lodge of the world is legendary for its authentic ambiance and personal-service excellence. With an alluring array of adventures at your fingertips, this magnificent property — rebirthed by wildfire — offers a captivating, regenerative travel experience like none else.

luxury adventure travel


Available June through September
Adult (19 and over)
from $1,595 USD/night
Youth (13-18)  from $1,195 USD/night
Child (ages 5-12) from    $945 USD/night
Available May through October
Private & Exclusive Use
Star Camp (1-8 guests)
Please phone or email for custom pricing
Private & Exclusive Use
Full Resort (1-16 guests)

Please phone or email for custom pricing

3-Night Stay 
Friday to Monday
4-Night Stay
Monday to Friday
7-Night Stay
Arrive Monday or Friday

*Booking details & Conditions
Pricing is subject to change, quoted per night per person in United States Dollars, and will be billed in Canadian Dollars at time of booking — For the most up-to-date rate of exchange, refer to Currency Converter >
Peak Season Accommodation Minimum Pricing — A Luxury Tent at Star Camp will be charged at a minimum rate of two adults | The 2-room Ranch House Suite in the lodge will be charged at a minimum family occupancy rate of two adults & two youth | The Cariboo Barn Loft will be charged at a minimum family occupancy rate of two adults & two children | Solo travelers are welcome in early June and throughout September: single occupancy supplement = 1.25%
Minimum 7 Night Stay and/or Minimum Occupancy — May apply in peak periods
Exclusions — Please add 13% total taxes & fees to above rates. Pricing does not include transfers to and from Siwash Lake, optional gratuities; helicopter adventures; off-site excursions & wellness services.
Cancellation & Payment Terms — Please refer to our Booking Policies & Guidelines >

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Travel to Siwash Lake

During our peak summer season, we are pleased to offer scheduled, return transfers between Siwash Lake and Vancouver. Take a 45-minute flight in a wheeled aircraft from YVR international Airport south terminal to a local rural airport where our ranch trucks will be parked at edge of runway. Siwash Lake staff will usher you the rest of the way to our off-the-grid, private hideaway via a scenic one-hour drive through the heart of Canadian cowboy country. We'll handle all of the booking details for you and the cost is $850 CAD per person, each way, plus 5% GST.

Please inquire for private seaplane charters between Vancouver Airport YVR river terminal and Siwash Lake remote float plane base (80-120 minutes direct flight depending on the aircraft). Private charter flights are also available to/from Whistler and Tofino.

Siwash Lake is located along two famous Western Canada Road Trips — the Vancouver-Whistler-Jasper-Banff loop, between the Pacific Coast and the Rocky Mountains, and the Great Bear Rain Forest circle route. By vehicle, Siwash Lake is 4 hours from Whistler; 5 hours from Jasper; and 6 hours from Vancouver (YVR). A four-wheel drive SUV is recommended for gravel roads in to the Resort.

Getting Here is Part of the Adventure >

Highways map for Siwash Lake - located halfway between Banff and Jasper in the Rocky Mountains and Vancouver on the pacific coast of British Columbia