Miette Hot Springs Alberta Canada

Miette Hotsprings are the hottest known springs in the Canadian Rockies. Miette Hot Springs is rich in calcium, sulphate and hydrogen-sulphide (which accounts for the odour of rotten eggs). “Heaven on Earth” Miette Hot Springs is a Thermal Bath I haven’t got to yet. I’m collecting Info though and if you have been there, please […]

Banff Upper Hot Springs, a.k.a Banff Springs Alberta Canada

The Banff Upper Hot Springs is one of Banff’s most famous attractions, discovered in 1884. Banff Springs is a 100% natural spring water, surrounded by magnificent mountain views. Banff Springs water flows naturally through the Sulphur Mountain Thrust Fault, Banff Upper Hot Springs, a.k.a Banff Springs is a Thermal Bath I haven’t got to yet. […]

Ainsworth Hot Springs Ainsworth Canada

The caves are old mine tunnels that were dug to increase hot water flow from the springs Ainsworth’s horseshoe-shaped cave showers visitors with water that falls from the top of the grotto and collects in a waist-deep pool. In the 1930′s the pool was open 24 hours a day, and a swim cost 10 cents. […]

Ahousat Hot Springs Ahousat (Gibson Marine Provincial Park) British Columbia Canada

Ahousat Hot Springs is a natural warm spring, considered to be of therapeutic value, that bubbles up into a concrete tank Water is clear and tasteless, with just a faint smell of sulphur in Ahousat Hot Springs A non-maintained historic route connects Ahousat Hot Spring to the broad sandy beaches at Whitesand Cove. Ahousat Hot […]

Ram Creek Hot Springs British Columbia Canada

Ram Creek Hot Springs are clear and odourless. Ram Creek Hot Springs are high on a mountain shelf with a great view of the surrounding ridges. The water Ram Creek Hot Springs is lukewarm. Ram Creek Hot Springs is a Thermal Bath I haven’t got to yet. I’m collecting Info though and if you have […]

Skookumchuck Hot Springs British Columbia Canada

The name Skookumchuck means “strong water” in the language of the Chinook people of the Pacific Northwest . Skookumchuck Hot Springs lay along the huge and crashing Lillooet River in an area rich in history. Skookumchuck Hot Springs were also once known as St. Agnes Well during the days of the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush,. […]

Hot Springs Cove British Columbia Canada

Hot Springs Cove’s bubbling hot water, infused with healing powers by the ancient magma, filling the springs with a magical quality. Hot Springs Cove, formerly Refuge Cove, is an unincorporated settlement on Sydney Inlet on the west side of the Openit Peninsula The spring water is very hot, and is clear with just a faint […]

Hotspring Island, Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) British Columbia Canada

Hotspring Island, originally named in English as Volcanic Island and known in the Haida language as Gandl K’in Gwaayaay (“Hot-Water-Island”) Hotspring Island (Gandla’kin) is one of the more popular destinations in the Queen Charlotte Islands. Haida Gwaii, formerly the Queen Charlotte Islands, is wild and beautiful, embodying everything that is ancient and mystical about the […]

Mount Layton Hot Springs British Columbia Canada

Mount Layton Hot Springs is the third largest in the world. Second largest hot spring in North America is Mount Layton Hot Springs Layton was the name of a man who lived at its base at the turn of the century. Mount Layton Hot Springs is a Thermal Bath I haven’t got to yet. I’m […]

Lussier Hot Springs British Columbia Canada

Lussier Hot Spring’s water has therapeutic benefits, long known to the Ktunaxa people. Lussier Hot Spring is made up of several rock pools with gravel bottoms. Lussier Hot Springs a 30 minute drive north of Skookumchuck. In Ktunaxa Kinbasket Indian jargon, the name Skookumchuck means “meeting of good waters.” Lussier Hot Springs is a Thermal […]