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Métis Crossing offers our guests a truly unique, luxury experience that will connect visitors with the night’s sky and stars.

The sky, stars, and constellations served as guiding lights for our Métis ancestors. As part of your experience at Métis Crossing you can now sleep under the stars, further exploring how the Métis people used the stars and sky to navigate, and how the sky was used as a clock, calendar, and provided critical instructions for understanding when to plant, hunt, and work the land.

Our luxury Sky Watching Domes include a transparent ceiling, king bed, running water, bathroom, heated floors, air conditioning, kitchenette, and electricity.

With nearly zero light pollution in the region, guests will spend the night gazing into the sky from the comfort of this luxury accommodation. Our luxury Sky Watching Domes are available in two configurations, family and single suites.

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Sky Watching Dome Options

Single Suite
  • <strong>Sleep:</strong> 2 guests Sleep: 2 guests
  • <strong>Bathroom:</strong> 1 Bathroom: 1
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Our Single Suite luxury sky watching domes include a king bed, sleeping two comfortably. All domes include transparent ceilings, running water, a bathroom, kitchenette, heated floors, air conditioning, and electricity.

With nearly zero light pollution in the region, guests will spend the night gazing into the sky from the comfort of this luxury accommodation.

The sky, stars, and constellations served as guiding lights for our ancestors. Learn how the Métis people used the stars to navigate and how the sky was used as a clock, calendar, and provides critical instructions for understanding when to plant, hunt, and work the land.

Family Suite
  • <strong>Sleep:</strong> 6 guests Sleep: 6 guests
  • <strong>Bathroom:</strong> 1 Bathroom: 1
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Description

Our Family Suite luxury sky watching domes include a king bed, pull out couch, and a bunk bed, sleeping six comfortably. All domes include a transparent ceiling, running water, a bathroom, kitchenette, heated floors, air conditioning, and electricity.

With nearly zero light pollution in the region, guests will spend the night gazing into the sky from the comfort of this luxury accommodation.

The sky, stars, and constellations served as guiding lights for our ancestors. Learn how the Métis people used the stars to navigate and how the sky was used as a clock, calendar, and provides critical instructions for understanding when to plant, hunt, and work the land.

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