Join us for a vigorous snowshoe trek through the wilderness, on winding trails to the delightful rest stop – the Black Prince Cabin. Your guides will escort you through magical, snow-covered forests, meadows and ravines to our cozy cabin where there will be entertainment and merriment, with light refreshments!
SOVEREIGN IS NOT OFFERING BLACK PRINCE DINNERS FOR THE 2021-22 SEASON.
Welcome to a new season of our Black Prince Dinner offerings. This season we will be hosting five events throughout the winter showcasing exceptional three-course dining with the allure of a short backcountry hike. Dining is just 1 hour away via snowshoe to our most unique, rustic yet romantic cabin getaway. Candlelight white linen seating, contemporary food offerings served by professional caterers and new friendships will be the highlight of your visit.
The tour to the cabin, however, is not to be forgotten either. We commence our tour from the day lodge after sorting out rentals and passes. We will weave through our braid work of Sovereign Lake snowshoe trails under the light of the stars and headlamps.
Where to Meet: Sovereign Lake Day Lodge (250 Sovereign Lake Rd.)
Time to Meet: 4:45pm (depart onto the trails at 5pm) Please arrive by 4:40 to pick up rental equipment and sign in.
The hike in: The hike will take the group roughly 1.25hrs to walk into the cabin via either Wild Goose or Cabin Fever.
Dinner Schedule: We will commence dinner at roughly 6:15 and will conclude at roughly 8:15pm.
The hike out: The hike will take the group roughly 45 minutes to walk out of the cabin via White Rabbit and Trapline.
What to Bring:
- Appropriate Aerobic Outerwear (nothing too hot)
- Down Jacket if you have one. People often get chilled on the return back to the lodge.
- Hat and warm gloves.
- Winter boots that have a fairly stiff ankle for in snowshoes. Good tall hiking boots also work well.
- Headlamp with spare batteries (recommended)
- Confirmation email from Zone 4 registration.
2019-20 Dinner Dates*: NOT AVAILABLE IN THE 2021/22 SEASON
Registration opens November 1st for all of our dinners. REGISTER HERE today!
*There is a limit of 22 people for each dinner so register early as these events fill up very quickly. If you have any allergies please note them on registration in Zone 4.
In cooperation with GeoCaching BC, Sovereign Lake Nordic Club has undertaken an initiative to place 10 geo caching stations throughout our cross country ski trail and snowshoe trail network.
GeoCaching is an outdoor recreational activity, in which participants use a Global Positioning System (GPS) or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called “geocaches” or “caches”, at specific locations marked by coordinates all over the world.
A typical cache is a small waterproof container containing a logbook and sometimes a pen or pencil. The geocacher enters the date they found it and signs it with their established code name, in order to prove that they found it. After signing the log, the cache must be placed back exactly where the person found it.
We are excited to offer this great family friendly activity at our facility and look forward to many years of use. With over 1 million geocaching locations in almost every country around the world our 10 should add a unique regional flavour. The stations remain year round so you can visit us in the summer as well!
Sovereign Lake will be hosting a Geo Caching Day in association with GeoCachingBC and BC Parks on February 25th from 10-2pm. We will have 20 GPS units available for the public to use as well as link options for you to register your own phone to start exploring. Stay tuned for the upcoming event on our website and social media feeds.