Kicking Horse Canyon Detour Information

Kicking Horse Canyon Detour Information

Highway 1 Travel Information:
What You Need to Know

The final phase of the Kicking Horse Canyon Project involves upgrading 4.8 kilometres of the TransCanada Highway 1 through the Kicking Horse Canyon. During closures, motorists will need to use Highways 93 and 95 as alternative routes when the highway is closed.

Closures of the section of road will extend for 4.8 kilometers on the TransCanada Highway 1 between Golden and Castle Junction. At all times, the scenic combination of Highways 93 and 95 will provide a safe and easy alternative route to the Golden area. Plan for slightly more than an hour additional direct travel time, but there’s lots of stunning scenery and experiences along the way so you may want to plan more time.

For the latest information on Highway closures and conditions, check DriveBC and the Kicking Horse Canyon Calendar.

Current Planned Multi-Day Closures

From January 1 to Spring of 2024 there is no multi-day or overnight closures scheduled. There will be two-hour closures of the highway in June from 5-7 am.

View the Kicking Horse Canyon Calendar here.

Tour the Triangle!

Lucky for road trippers, what we like to call the “Golden Triangle” extending from Radium Hot Springs to Golden through Kootenay and Yoho National Parks, is the most scenic drive in British Columbia! Experience unlimited outdoor experiences, stunning wildlife, and quaint small towns along your way.

Check out road tripping opportunities here.

Learn More
For more information, visit the official webpage of the Kicking Horse Canyon project or reach out to the 24/7 information line at 1-844-815-6111.

Photo credit: Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

Where To Stay

Canyon RV Resort & Campground

5012 Sinclair Creek Road Radium Hot Springs, B.C.


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Piccadilly Motel

4874 St Joseph St, Radium Hot Springs, BC V0A 1M0

(250) 347-9532

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