Your interpretation is mostly correct but using language like "For the purpose" is a little formal for what sounds like an advertisement.
The word "toppings" in the original is the usual word for what might be on a pizza, if you use "covered" it might suggest that the pizza has a lot more on it than you would normally expect.
"At the lodge", unfortunately there's no simple way to know which preposition to use. "In" wouldn't work but "back to the hotel" would work here to show that you would return there after snowmobilling.
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