Best Winter Lodges

Courtesy of Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello

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

Fairmont LeChateau Montebello, Quebec

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The world’s largest log structure, Chateau Montebello lies on the Ottawa River in Quebec, 90 minutes from Ottawa. A sprawling Adirondack-style lodge, it was built in the 1930’s as a private resort. Today, you can go dog sledding or snowshoeing in the adjacent 6,500-acre Kenauk preserve, hit the indoor curling rink, or do laps in the Olympic-size indoor swimming pool. Then unwind before the six-sided granite fireplace in the massive three-story lobby. —Everett Potter

Best Winter Lodges

Fairmont LeChateau Montebello, Quebec

The world’s largest log structure, Chateau Montebello lies on the Ottawa River in Quebec, 90 minutes from Ottawa. A sprawling Adirondack-style lodge, it was built in the 1930’s as a private resort. Today, you can go dog sledding or snowshoeing in the adjacent 6,500-acre Kenauk preserve, hit the indoor curling rink, or do laps in the Olympic-size indoor swimming pool. Then unwind before the six-sided granite fireplace in the massive three-story lobby. —Everett Potter

Courtesy of Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello
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