Our property is made up of 2 buildings. The 1904 building on one side of the street with 4 guest rooms, and the events room. The new building on the other side houses 5 guest suites and Encounters Wine Bar& Small Plate Kitchen. There are lots of decks and patios to enjoy the mountain scenery as well as a number of common areas to relax in.
The area is known for its moderate climate and unique geology, and offers a wide range of activities for every season including world renowned fly fishing, excellent golfing, hiking, climbing, caving, mountain biking, both downhill & cross country skiing, camping and an extensive network of trails for off-road, atv, and snowmobile enthusiast. All in the towering majesty of the Rocky Mountains. The pass is also rich in history, original developed to supply coal for the railways in the steam era. It is well worth the time to visit our historic sites. Whether you immerse yourself in the underground mine tour at Bellevue, or at the Crowsnest Museum in Coleman, you will find something of interest including the tragedies of the Frank slide the Hillcrest mine disaster.