Since 1926 Num-Ti-Jah Lodge has been a welcome rest stop for countless travellers. Jimmy Simpson had the vision and built the iconic red roofed lodge on the shores of Bow Lake and he and his family operated the lodge for 70 years, finally passing the torch in 1996. Now 25 years later we find ourselves passing the torch onto the next stewards of this iconic lodge.
With a blanket of snow covering the landscape the lodge has been put to bed for the season. Check back on the website regularly for updates on its re-opening.
Enjoy the magic of the winter!