What travellers think
Travellers that stayed here think this hostel is best for
- Unique atmosphere
The floors in this hostel are very clean, so walk around bare feet is nice but could get chilly in the evening. Bring sleepers with you. There is fireplace in the living room.
Tue 21 Oct 2014
This Hostel was extremely tough to find. No signs off the main road so we drove back and forth for two-hours before finally locating the place. Once we did there were no lights on the building so we had to use flashlights to get to the door. We were greeted by other guests who then got the check-in person. He was nice and gave us basic information for the place but the dorm rooms were super hot and we were instructed not to touch the thermostat. We ended up only staying one night.
Mon 06 Oct 2014
Wed 08 Oct 2014
I had an awesome experience! I was expecting to arrive at the hostel and go on all my hiking by myself. Instead I met some friends at the hostel and went hiking with them. The manager was very friendly and had lots of good hospitality to give.
Tue 26 Aug 2014
Très bonne auberge de jeunesse. Ambiance très agréable, confortable, et surtout, la personne qui tient les lieux est vraiment très accueillante.
Tue 12 Aug 2014
Great wilderness hostel. Would highly recommend it if not afraid of a cold shower in the river. Extremely friendly manager.
Mon 04 Aug 2014
Tony Chatham is a delight. Every hostel has it's own flavor and Tony simultaneously contributes a secure presence with a welcoming demeanor. I know that I am walking into an organized situation and I will have the ability to relax and truly enjoy my evening. Castle Mountain hostel is my favorite. I also want to commend Keira and Michael as hosts. Their enthusiasm for hostelling is inspiring and their gracious hospitality is a welcome embrace at the end of the day.
Thu 24 Jul 2014
Thanks for hosting the group booking for Alberta Speleological Society
Sat 23 Nov 2013