This winter you may have caught wind of our Full Moon Snowshoe & Fine Dining Experience. Throughout the winter more than 150 guests were treated to amazing winter adventure paired with exquisite food and drink. Well, with our 23rd annual Huckleberry Festival just around the corner, we thought we’d bring back this decadent adventure; this time without need for the snowshoes (don’t forget your hikers though)!
Our Full Moon Hike & Fine Dining Experience will feature a special upload on the Huckleberry Chairlift, to help eliminate the majority of the uphill associated with the hike, which will take us to our renowned Haig Lake. Along the way you’ll be regaled with history of Castle Mountain Resort and the Westcastle region, in addition to learning about some of the important environmental significance of our area. After a snack and a stop at the lake, you’ll be guided back to the resort base area where you’ll enjoy an additional 6 course fine dining experience.
A special thanks to Uplift Adventures for partnering with us on this event!
Timeline for the event:
– Guest check-in outside the T-Bar Pub & Grub no later than 3:00 PM
– Special upload via the Huckleberry Chair just prior to 3:30 PM, with guide.
– Enjoy an interpretative, guided hike the remaining distance to Haig Lake (using the chairlift takes away the toughest uphill portion of this hike)
– Enjoy your amuse – bouche lakeside, during a photography break, before returning to the resort base area.
– Enjoy an opportunity to change and/or “freshen up” before dinner as we expect to return near 7:00 PM.
– Gather for a fine dining experience, held within Joe’s Cafe (in the day lodge) starting at 7:30 PM.
Cost is $119.99 / person or $129.99 / person including trekking pole rental ( GST extra).
This event will have a maximum capacity of 36 guests. On sale now by calling or visiting Castle Mountain Resort Guest Services. We can be reached by calling 888-SKI-TONS or (403) 627-5101.
Our menu for this event is below (or click for PDF version). Substitutions are politely declined.