Have you ever wanted to feel like a wild eagle: fly around mountains, enjoy crystal clear lake’s water and the freshest air?
Here are some places that would help you to dissolve in nature and freedom:
Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
Originally built as a base for outdoor enthusiasts and alpinists over 100 years ago, Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is a year-round luxury mountain resort offering guided mountain tours, world-class skiing in the winter, scenic hiking and canoe activities in the summer, kid’s camp, a luxury spa, and exceptional dining experiences.Located on the eastern shore of Lake Louise, near Banff, Alberta. The original hotel was gradually developed at the turn of the 20th century by the Canadian Pacific Railway and was thus “kin” to its predecessors, the Banff Springs Hotel and the Château Frontenac.
Salto Chico Lodge
Located at the banks of the Salto Chico waterfall, Salto Chico Lodge offers unparalleled views of the Torres del Paine National Park and the Paine Massif mountain range. Guests can take advantage of the resort’s own 26-horse stable with a horseback ride across acres of sprawling property, or take in the scenery from one of the resort’s coveted suites. Patagonia’s rich gaucho culture can be experienced with a trip to the Estancia 2 de Enero to watch gauchos shear sheep, drive livestock, and train horses.
Andes Mountains Hotel
Located on the Andes mountains in Chile, the Mountain Refuge Chalet C7 was created by architecture firm DRN architects. This building offers the most amazing views of Inca Lake and the Tres Hermanos mountain range while keeping the viewer safely out of the elements. It features two main parts, the stone foundation and upper glass facade. The lower half is anchored into the mountain and has openings that are built to deal with the ever changing levels of snow. An interesting detail is that when this structure is viewed from uphill it nearly disappears, so as to provide unobstructed views of the beautiful surroundings.
Enjoy the Alaskan wilderness’s natural beauty at Alyeska, located in the mountain valley town Girdwood, only an hour south of Anchorage. The resort is surrounded by majestic peaks, glaciers, and ocean views. Guests can take in the scenery from an aerial tram, or hike down one of the resort’s nature trails or walking paths. Take the aerial tram to Alyeska’s award-winning restaurant, Seven Glaciers, where you’ll enjoy lofty views and meals created with local produce, seafood, and game.