We enjoyed staying at Lake Moraine for two nights. We had a room in the Wenkchemna wing- lower level. If possible, try to get a balcony for a better view. Our room was rustic and authentic, but a little 'tight'. The use of canoes was a nice perk. We enjoyed elk tenderloin at the restaurant as well as grilled salmon. The breakfast buffet was very good. There was a naturist that gave a presentation in the evening. She is very knowledgable and we enjoyed that. We saw a pika and a large porcupine on the property.
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