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Radium Hot Springs is located in BC, Canada with many types of accommodations available, including motels, hotels, resorts, bed & breakfasts, cabins, condos, and RV campgrounds. Located on the "warm side of the Canadian Rockies," Radium Hot Springs is British Columbia's best mountain getaway village with unlimited outdoor activities, great dining, golfing, skiing, natural hot spring pools, and the most beautiful alpine scenery you can imagine.
A short 3-hour drive from Calgary, Alberta, at the south entrance of Kootenay National Park, this mountain village has something to please everyone's tastes.
After a leisurely drive through the awe-inspiring Kootenay National Park on the Banff-Windermere Highway, you will encounter the world famous Radium Hot Springs Mineral Pools. These odourless pools are surrounded by natural rock walls, and are guaranteed to soak away your worries and your woes.
Continuing along Highway 93, you will drive between the sheer cliff walls of Sinclair Canyon, entering into the magnificent Windermere Valley. The Village of Radium Hot Springs is located on the Columbia River, between the Rocky Mountain and the Purcell Mountain Ranges.
This small, visitor-friendly community is busy with activities, special events and attractions. Whether it be our championship golf courses, whitewater rafting, hiking, fishing, trail riding, shopping or just relaxing in one of our many fine restaurants, you will find all you need to enjoy a fabulous holiday.
If golf is your pleasure, we have 15 courses in the area. Your drive to the courses will range from 3 minutes to 45 minutes.
Radium Hot Springs is only a short drive from Panorama, Fairmont and Kicking Horse Ski Resorts. Several very popular cross-country skiing trails are featured in the valley. Our mountains boast some of the finest snowmobiling in the Rockies, with miles of groomed trails and many picturesque backcountry areas are available for the enthusiast.
Big horn sheep, both mule and whitetail deer, bear and elk are seen throughout the Columbia Valley and the national parks.
The mighty Columbia River flows past the edge of our village and is bordered by the largest, continuous wetlands in North America. In May of each year there is a bird festival, "Wings Over The Rockies", which attracts bird watchers from around the world.