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Radium Hot Springs and the surrounding area’s diverse geographical features create some exceptional hiking and cycling opportunities. With everything from dry rolling grasslands, to glacial fed lakes and everything in between, it doesn't matter if you are just starting out or an experienced backcountry enthusiast, the area has trails and trips that fit any skill level.
Before heading out make sure you check ahead with a counsellor at the Visitor Centre for maps, road access information, directions, hike details and trail conditions. Always prepare and pack accordingly for your trip and let someone know where you are going and when you plan to be back. Please remember a park passes is required to cycle of hike in Kootenay National Park.
Cycling in the Radium Hot Springs area is as enjoyable as it is varied. Whether you are looking for road touring routes, cross-country or downhill biking you'll always be surprised by the fantastic views and exceptional trails the valley has to offer. Popular road touring routes include the Lake Windermere Route, the Golden Triangle Loop or Sinclair Canyon.
If you're looking to for some epic cross-country riding check out some of the trails like: Along the Johnson, the fire roads in Kootenay National Park or one of the great trails both Nipika Mountain Resort and Panorama Mountain Village offer. For a down-hill rush you can't beat the speed that Mount Swansea or Panorama Mountain Village provide. If big air is your thing than the Radium Pump and Jump track offers a series of jumps for all age levels in a controlled environment.
Looking a little more mellow and closer to town? Leaving right from Main Street West in Radium is the Old Coach Trail a historic 9 kilometre stagecoach road that cuts into a hillside overlooking the beautiful Columbia Valley wetlands.
Before heading out you can check for maps and trail conditions at our Visitor Centre and with the Columbia Valley Cycling Society (www.columbiavalleycyclingsociety.org).
The Radium Hot Springs area is a Mecca for hiking and back-country trips. Your options are unlimited and with many access points leaving right from town. We are fortunate to be right on the border of Kootenay National Park allowing those not traveling with a high clearance 4x4 vehicle to still access some of our area's most beautiful hikes. Popular short day hikes near Radium include the Old Coach Trail, Juniper Trail (KNP) together with the Redstreak Campground Trail (KNP), Dog Lake (KNP), Lower Bugaboo Falls, Mount Swansea Lookout or the Radium Village Sinclair Creek Trail.
If you're looking for a half or full-day hike Stanley Glacier (KNP), Diana Lake, Jumbo Pass, Lake of the Hanging Glacier and the Mount Swansea Loop Trail all offer good exercise and even better views. If regular day trips aren't enough try the grueling Kindersley-Sinclair Loop (KNP) or a multi-day trip like the Rockwall Trail also in Kootenay National Park.
Since inception in 2006, the dedicated volunteers of the CVCS have worked to advance the sport of cycling in the Columbia Valley, British Columbia.
Address: 1033, Invermere, V0A-1K0
Summer activities include fishing, sightseeing tours and canoeing by reservation.
Address: 6173 Geo Anderson Road, Radium Hot Springs, V0A 1M0
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Panorama Mountain Village rises 4,000 vertical feet above true ski-in / ski-out lodging and giant hot pools of the smaller-by-design village. It's not until you reach the summit that the real scale of the terrain becomes apparent.
Address: Bag 7000, 2030 Panorama Road, Panorama, V0A 1T0