Eagle’s Eye: Haute Cuisine Canadian Style

Eagle’s Eye: Haute Cuisine Canadian Style

Photo courtesy of Kicking Horse Resort.

What does one do at a ski resort in summer? Eat! Mountain destinations pride themselves in delivering at least two essential elements of luxury travel: spectacular views and exceptional dining. In summer, the two are melded as one… let’s call it haute cuisine. 

Eagle’s Eye at Kicking Horse Resort in Golden, British Columbia is Canada’s highest elevation restaurant at 7,705 feet. It may also be this cool country’s most exceptional high alpine restaurant, with pastas, beef, soups, and seafood elegantly served at a perch so lofty, it affords a 360-degree view of five — five! — of Canada’s untamed national parks. www.kickinghorseresort.com



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