Best Winter Lodges

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Across the U.S. and Canada, classic winter lodges that make for luxurious, snowy escapes from the 21st century.

Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Alberta

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With nine restaurants, on-site shopping, a full-service spa, and a menu of activities that is exhausting just to look at (including ice-walking on a frozen river), the Fairmont Jasper Park is the equivalent of an adventure theme park. Of the 441 rooms, the historic cabins are worth the splurge, including a replica of the six-bedroom Outlook, which once housed Queen Elizabeth. Doubles from $399. —Stacey Brugeman

Best Winter Lodges

Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, Alberta

With nine restaurants, on-site shopping, a full-service spa, and a menu of activities that is exhausting just to look at (including ice-walking on a frozen river), the Fairmont Jasper Park is the equivalent of an adventure theme park. Of the 441 rooms, the historic cabins are worth the splurge, including a replica of the six-bedroom Outlook, which once housed Queen Elizabeth. Doubles from $399. —Stacey Brugeman

Courtesy of Fairmont Hotels and Resorts
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