We are able at Num-Ti-Jah, to provide guests seeking to enjoy a historical journey and timeless setting with the comfort of a tasty and timely meal prepared fresh in-house. Our Elkhorn Dining Room, with its traditional hunting lodge charm, is equip to comfortably accommodate a maximum of 90 guests. Our staff takes great pride in making our guests feel at home and well attended to. We look forward to having the opportunity to host your party in the rustic luxury of our dining room!
When Jimmy Simpson, founder of Num-Ti-Jah Lodge, first came upon Bow Lake in 1898 he described it as one of the most beautiful places he’d ever seen. For more than a century, thousands of guests, visitors and artists have agreed with his words.
Num-Ti-Jah Lodge overlooks one of the most dramatic scenes in the Canadian Rockies. Out of Bow Lake the mountains rise, steep and rugged. The blue ice of Crowfoot Glacier hangs suspended over the turquoise waters. To the west, the craggy peaks of the Continental Divide tower over the immense Bow Glacier.
A legend of Canadian Rocky Mountain hospitality awaits you, in an atmosphere of secluded tranquility on the shores of beautiful Bow Lake near Lake Louise, Alberta. Steeped in heritage, our majestic log lodge invites those seeking a relaxed, extraordinary alpine wedding experience.
We are delighted that you have considered us to host your special day. Our Wedding Information Booklet will provide you with all the information you need to plan a Rocky Mountain wedding at Num-Ti-Jah Lodge. Please 'Contact Us' for more information.
Our remote but easily accessible location is ideal for small groups (20 - 50 people) who desire an intimate venue for private gatherings. We offer few distractions (no televisions or radios but we do have access to phones, internet and fax service, if required.) So if you're looking for a interpersonal grassroots experience and the great outdoors, we have exactly what you need!
Bow Lake is a place that has always attracted artists and environmental enthusiasts alike. The clear light and sharp peaks have inspired many. Carl Rungius was a regular visitor to the Lodge in the earlier days, encouraging Jimmy to try his own hand with the brush. Though Jimmy did eventually take up the brush at his friends encouragement he first found his inspiration and vigor for life by simply enjoying the area for its beauty, wonder and adventure. So whether you are a painter, sculptor, photographer, writer, poet or someone who is seeking peace and light in a natural setting and are interested in take that step just outside our front door to find that inspirational spark join us!
For further information please refer to our Group Information Booklet.