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LAKE LOUISE, Alberta, Canada – Moraine Lake Lodge will open for its 96th summer season on June 1.  The luxurious resort is set snug in the famous Valley of the Ten Peaks in Banff National Park, approximately a two and a half hour drive from Calgary, Alberta.


To kick off its 2008 season, the resort is offering preferred early season value for new bookings made until June 6, 2008.  Throughout the first 3 weeks of June, stay for 3 nights and the 4th night is complimentary (subject to availability), plus you will receive one three course dinner for two in the Walter Wilcox Dining Room, one of Banff National Park’s top gourmet restaurants (includes taxes and gratuities, excludes alcohol).  Standard lodge pricing will reconvene on June 22 through the end of the season when the resort closes for the winter on October 5.


With the towering mountains and crystalline lake serving as the main attractions, each of the Lodge’s 33 newly renovated guestrooms provide fireplaces, soft down duvets, deep soaker tubs, private balconies and custom-made furniture.  When designing the Lodge and cabins, world-famous architect Arthur Erickson ensured that no view went to waste, going as far as incorporating a glass ceiling into the Lodge’s gourmet dining room. 


The location of Moraine Lake Lodge allows for countless outdoor eco-adventures. Guests from all over the world visit to canoe on Moraine Lake.  Other outdoor activities in the area include hiking, horseback riding, fishing, rock climbing, mountaineering and bird watching, all in a secluded wilderness setting. 


Moraine Lake Lodge is part of the Capilano Group of Companies (CGC), which is owned and operated by Nancy Stibbard, who has developed a number of world renowned properties including Capilano Suspension Bridge and Treetops Adventure in Vancouver and Cathedral Mountain Lodge near Lake Louise.





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