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Monashee Mountain Lodge

The three storey heli skiing lodge built of pine logs, is located north of Revelstoke in the Monashee Range beside the Mica Dam Reservoir in British Columbia. Constructed in 2004, the facility is one of several lodges developed and operated by Canadian Mountain Holidays to serve their international ski tourist clients. The remote facility required a self-contained sewage treatment plant, water treatment system and electrical power generation plant. The lodge has sleeping quarters for 50 guests and is complete with full kitchen and dining facilities, fire place lounge, cigar and brandy lounge, sauna and massage spa, and a large outdoor hot tub and fireplace on the roof deck.

Heating is provided by propane fired boilers supplying hydronic heat to baseboard and in floor radiant heating zones. The roof deck around the hot tub has a glycol snow melt system.  The ventilation air handling unit recovers heat from the exhaust systems.

Project Data

Construction ProcessGeneral Contractor
Contract TypeSub-Consultant to Architect
ArchitectLeblond Partnership
Completion2004
OwnerCanadian Mountain Holidays
Cost$6,700,000
Area3,000 m² (32,300 ft²)