Ski lodge

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A ski lodge is a structure usually located in a ski area that provides amenities such as food, beverages, restrooms, and locker rooms for skiers and snowboarders.

Notable ski lodges[edit]

Notable ski lodges include Skoki Ski Lodge in the Skoki Valley of Alberta, Canada's Banff National Park which was designated a National historic site of Canada in 1992,[1] and the Lake Albina Ski Lodge which overlooks Lake Albina in Kosciuszko National Park in Australia.


  1. ^ Barnes, Christine (1999). Great Lodges of the Canadian Rockies. Bend, Oregon: W.W. West. pp. 128–137. ISBN 0-9653924-2-2.