Boasting genuine hospitality, deluxe meals, and 12,000 hectares of non-motorized alpine terrain, Journeyman Lodge provides comfortable accommodation for up to 24 people (15 singles) in eight private rooms with a range of amenities and adventures.
Spend the days exploring untracked Coast Mountain powder on skis or snowboard, then unwind in the handcrafted Scandinavian wood-fired sauna or in the Games Lounge. Journeyman Lodge offers everything from professionally guided adventure packages to self-propelled wilderness quests to quiet weekends of reflection and solitude. Accommodations are set on a per-person/all-inclusive price basis, leaving you with no worries – other than where and what to explore.
Escape to the other side of Whistler: come enjoy the seclusion, adventure, and authenticity of Journeyman Lodge.
“RUSTIC-LUXE” ACCOMMODATIONS & DINING
Deluxe full-service meals, hot showers and crisp linens mix with the wood-fired Scandanavian sauna, billiards lounge, luggage transfer and river rock fireplaces to redefine alpine comfort.
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You know those legendary snowstorms that dump metres of powder on Whistler and Blackcomb each winter? They all hit Callaghan Country first, and harder. Nestled at 1370 metres (4500 feet) with and average winter snowfall of 6.2 metres (20 feet), Journeyman Lodge offers authentic, unique, and customizable backcountry adventures that begin right outside our door.
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LEGACY, AMBIANCE, & TESTIMONIALS
Journeyman Lodge preserves the charm and warmth of traditional alpine culture. Sleeping quarters are private but our guests eat and relax together, giving everyone a chance to share the day’s adventures and connect with like-minded people. Humans have been sitting around a fire telling stories since the beginning of time. Why stop now?
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