Category: About the Lodge
Num-Ti-Jah is a historical 17,000 square foot rustic log lodge, built in 1937 by Jimmy Simpson, on the North shore of beautiful Bow Lake. Jimmy Simpson was one of the original pioneers of the Canadian Rockies, and described Bow Lake as one of the most beautiful places he had ever seen. Bow Lake is located 35 kilometers / 22 miles North of Lake Louise on the scenic Icefields Parkway (Hwy 93 N) 195 kilometers / 120 miles South of the Jasper Town-site.
The South end of the main floor of the Lodge boasts our ‘cafe’ featuring a romantic stone fireplace with the surrounding windows providing spectacular views. Some of the logs on the main floor of the Lodge span to 78 feet in length and all are indigenous to the area. One of the Lodge’s real gems is the fabulous Elkhorn Dining Room; featuring a rustic log décor interior and seating for 90 guests. Before or after dinner, guests can enjoy a relaxing cocktail in the Dining Room around another enormous stone fireplace. Our Culinary Team, takes the utmost pride and care in every dish they prepare for our guests; our mountain cuisine is always fresh and in season. The Lodge guest rooms are simple but spacious and comfortable in style and décor.