|Getting There |||Radium Hot Springs is located on the Junctions of Highway 93 & 95. Just 1-1/2 hours drive from Cranbrook, 1-1/4 hours through Banff National Park from Banff and a 1 hour drive beside the Columbia Valley Wetlands, an International Heritage Site and the largest protected wetlands area in the world.|
|Fall-Winter: Mon–Fri: 9AM–5PM Summer: Mon–Fri: 9AM–7PM|
Profile Last Updated: March 04, 2008
Radium Hot Springs has it all, and the Chamber of Commerce has been working to show it to visitors. You’ll discover unlimited outdoor activities, fine dining, golfing, skiing, and Canada’s largest mineral springs pool. The scenery is spectacular at one of British Columbia’s great mountain getaway villages. The Chamber operates a handy information centre. The friendly people here will give you all the insight you need to make the most of your trip.
“Head Bangers Tour”
One of nature’s great spectacles takes place every fall at Radium Hot Springs. Rocky Mountain Bighorn sheep gather in the upper Columbia Valley for their annual rut. National Park is home to 160 Bighorn sheep and you can see it all by taking booking the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep Educational Tour. Trained staff will show the world of wild sheep in their natural habitat.
Mineral Hot Springs
Radium Hot Springs is where you can relax in soothing mineral-rich warm water. The Hot Springs Resort has a shallow lounging area for children and a mountain of sheer rock that rises beside the pool. The Village is all season destination and there are plenty of tour packages to select from. This is a place where memories are made!