Kananaskis Nordic Spa is excited to welcome back massage treatments. As per Alberta Government regulations, the pools, saunas, steam rooms, lounge area, locker rooms and Two Trees Bistro will remain closed.


  • Guests that have booked a spa package will be refunded the spa fees
  • All hydrotherapy reservations through to March 7 have been cancelled
  • Please cancel/rebook online if desired


Thank you for your support and understanding. We are looking forward to welcoming you back to your alpine sanctuary for some much needed relaxing time.


– The Kananaskis Nordic Spa Team



Located a few steps away from the Lodge, is the Kananaskis Nordic Spa. 
Surrounded by alpine forest and rugged mountain peaks, deep in Alberta’s Kananaskis Country, this spa takes a bold approach to the Nordic spa tradition and grabs its inspiration from the invigorating elements of the Canadian outdoors. Purposefully designed for modern-day trailblazers seeking equal parts stimulation, recuperation, and balance, Kananaskis Nordic Spa is centred around an exhilarating restoration of body, mind, and soul.


Spanning 50,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor space, the Spa features a Relaxation Lodge, five outdoor pools, five steam and sauna cabins, an exfoliation room, winterized hammocks, fireside lounges, massage treatments, and the Two Trees Bistro.


Please note that the access to the spa is not included in a standard room night, and must be purchased via a Spa package, or directly with the Spa. Guests of the Lodge who purchased Spa package get guaranteed access (limitations apply). Guests who have booked a massage at the Spa get complimentary, guaranteed access.

**Our pools, saunas, steam rooms, bistro, lounger and locker rooms remain closed**


Please note that the spa is now on reservation only for hydrotherapy access


Morning: 9 AM to 2:30 PM

Afternoon: 3:30 PM to 9 PM


*18 years+ adult only environment.

Reservations can be made online for hydrotherapy and massages.


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