Dining and Spa

Your Dining Experience

Deep into the Canadian backcountry, enjoy an unforgettable dining experience while you take in the magnificent surroundings after your day of heli-skiing. Exceptional food and drink are an essential part of the Silvertip experience. At the end of an epic day, or to power up for the day yet to come, our chefs create culinary experiences to savour. Each and every day, our world-class chef, baker, and menu will impress.

Meals are served in the main dining area where a casual atmosphere ensures the intimacy and warmth of a small group of friends, family, and associates.

The bar offers a wide variety of top-flight beverages, and a first-class wine list is always available. The personal service will remind you why you’ve made the journey.

  • Renowned Chefs
  • Fine Wines
  • Savoury Dining


Working in a remote wilderness lodge takes a unique kind of person who loves to make your experience positive and transform your trip and story into an unforgettable adventure! Silvertip Lodge takes pride in recruiting unique personalities who are world travellers and who provide discreet, unobtrusive customer service. Depending on the week booked, you will likely notice that there are as many, if not more, staff on duty as there are guests staying at Lodge.

We plan all aspects of your holiday, from understanding your needs to the accomplishment of an unbelievable lodge, ski or fishing experience.

We hope you will appreciate the attention to detail that we put into every aspect of our services.


The Spa Chalet is located next to the lodge and houses a large outdoor hot tub overlooking the lake. There’s a massage room, steam room, and sauna. A full-time massage therapist will untie knotted muscles and free your fascia.

  • Outdoor Hot-tub
  • Massage, Steam, and Sauna
  • Full-time massage therapist

All massage therapists are registered with the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada, but not all insurance companies will reimburse your massage expense.

Stretch Classes

It has been known that both dynamic and static stretching can likely provide benefits in terms of increasing range of motion and mobility, therefore, preventing injuries. Though, each type seems to be beneficial in different situations.

Each morning, before skiing at 7 am, Meighan Klippenstein will provide this class.