6 Lodges Across Canada That Look Like They Belong In A Christmas Movie
It's a winter wonderland!
Lights! Cameras! Action! December is almost upon us and with it comes the unofficial holiday hobby of binge-watching as many Christmas movies as humanly possible.
But as you watch those films, the Chrismas-worthy settings will have your dreaming about finding those magical locations nearby, whether it's homes, hotels or.
In fact, the True North has some incredible holiday-worthy lodges that no doubt deserve to make a cameo in a film or two.
Emerald Lake Lodge
Address: 1 Emerald Lake Rd., Field, BC
Why It Belongs In A Movie: This secluded snowy atmosphere feels like it's set in its own world, just like a Christmas movie.
Lake Louise Ski Resort
Address: 1 Whitehorn Rd., Lake Louise, AB
Why It Belongs In A Movie: The brown wood against the white snow is a staple for holiday films everywhere.
Blachford Lake Lodge
Address: 23 Mitchell Dr., Yellowknife, N.W.T.
Why It Belongs In A Movie: What's a wintery film without some major northern lights? This lodge is also perched on top of a rock looking down at the lake.
Falcon Trails Resort
Address: 100 Ridge Rd., Falcon Beach, MB
Why It Belongs In A Movie: A cozy cabin surrounded by Christmas trees? This spot is a shoo-in for a romantic film.
Blue Mountain Resort
Address: 190 Gord Canning Dr., The Blue Mountains, ON
Why It Belongs In A Movie: The Blue Mountain Village is the perfect place to set the scene for a tiny Christmas town in any movie.
Banff Sunshine Village
Address: 1 Sunshine Access Rd., Banff, AB
Why It Belongs In A Movie: The majestic mountains at this holiday lodge could also make for a great backdrop in any winter film.