The main lodge and three surrounding cabins provide accommodation for twenty-two guests. After a day of skiing or hiking, there is nothing better than to relax in the living room, warmed by the heat of the wood-stove. Let your mind drift back in time through the log walls, the ski memorabilia and numerous historic photos dating back to the early days of skiing

There is no electricity or running water, warm wash water is always available. At night, enjoy the soft light of candles and kerosene lamps, or venture outside and feel the stars close up.

Skoki  Lodge under winter twilight

Lodge Rooms

Lodge rooms are located on the second floor of the lodge and include the following configurations:

  • Deception & Skoki – 2 single beds.
  • Silvertip – 1 single bed.
  • Fossil – 1 queen bed.
  • Merlin – 1 Queen bed and 1 single bed.
  • Molar – 3 single beds.


One-room log cabins are located near the main lodge and are heated by propane stoves. Cabins with more than one bed can have a maximum of five occupants (minimum of four occupants), and come in the following configurations:

  • Riverside – 1 queen bed, 1 bunk bed, and 1 single bed. Sleeps 3 to 5.
  • Wolverine – 3 single beds and 1 bunk bed. Sleeps up to 5.
  • Honeymoon – 1 king bed.

Down comforters, flannel sheets, towels and wash basins are provided. Heat is maintained by woodstoves, coal stoves or propane heaters. Lighting is with kerosene lamps and outhouses for toilet facilities. Upon arrival all guests may have tea, juice and baked goods. Breakfast and dinner are served buffet style (limited quantities) and they are always great! Bread is made fresh daily at the lodge. Lunch is a build-it-yourself buffet set out after breakfast.

Summer and winter preparation sheets for vising Skoki Lodge

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Download Summer Prep sheet [.pdf ]

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