The 35-minute drive to Stone Peak Restaurant follows a former fur trading route along the Athabasca River and past scenic Talbot and Jasper Lakes. Located inside historic Overlander Mountain Lodge, Stone Peak is a delicious departure from the ordinary. The culinary team creates Canadian cuisine with international flair, influenced by Chef Bibhuti Narak’s world travels.
Atmosphere & Accolades
This charming mountain lodge features a rustic dining room, fireside lounge and outdoor patio. Patrons revel in stellar views of Roche Perdix and Roche Miette mountains, and occasional trains snaking through the Athabasca River valley. The Wine Spectator award-winning wine list includes 275 choices.
Breakfast Buffet Hot Items: Roche a Perdrix pancakes; Fiddle River French toast; signature breakfast potatoes; applewood smoked Alberta bacon; maple sausage; eggs
Cedar Plank Atlantic Salmon: mushroom risotto, braised leeks, organic carrots
Chocolate Fondue for Two: Bailey’s and Callebaut chocolate served with rice krispy squares, dark chocolate brownies and seasonal fruit
Lunch: $16 to $35
Dinner Mains: $25 to $38
Drinks: wines $30 to $1,400, 275 choices, $7 to $15 by the glass, 16 choices; signature cocktails $8 to $14 (Mountain Sunset with Hendrick’s Gin, St. Germain Elderflower liqueur, coconut rum, cucumber and pineapple essence)
Breakfast buffet 7 to 11:30 am; lunch to Fall, 11:30 am to 4 pm; dinner 5 to 9:30 pm
Seasonal hours may apply