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Glamping Adventures in Radium Hot Springs

By Tourism Radium on July 12, 2021

If the thought of roasting marshmallows over a campfire, waking up to the sounds of nature, and hiking right out your door sounds awesome but so does a comfortable bed and toilet, then you should try glamping! Not to worry, there are ways to sleep in Radium’s outdoors even if you’re not quite ready to rough it. 

Radius Retreat
With eight hike-in yurts, including one adaptive, Radius is immersed in nature with quiet and secluded spaces. Hike Radius’ trails (snowshoe in winter), roll out your yoga mat in a meadow, and watch the sun set from the deck of your yurt. Enjoy most of the comforts of home with comfortable mattresses on custom-built beds, wood-burning fireplaces, and composting toilets.

Radius also has a Gathering Area with a stage and large yurt to bring people together if you’re looking for event or retreat space for a larger group.

Back 40 Outdoor Events
This unique space features secluded camping, trails, access to the backcountry, and abundant wildlife. It is true glamping with three canvas tents sleeping up to four people in comfortable beds. The nightly fee includes guided interpretive hikes and endless views.

The experienced owners are passionate about getting people out there and offer programs for adults to gain confidence and build skills in the outdoors.

Nipika Mountain Resort
An eco-resort with nine log cabins, endless trails for winter and summer activities, and a disc golf course amongst other activities, Nipika is perfect for people to disconnect and get into nature. Each cabin has a full kitchen, BBQ, and deck with mountain views.

Take a look at their website for trail maps, guided activities, and adventure camps.

Redstreak Campground oTENTiks
Located just above the Village of Radium Hot Springs, oTENTiks are part tent, part cabin in Kootenay National Park’s Redstreak Campground. There are 10 oTENTiks, sleeping up to six people each with spacious indoor seating and decks looking out to the Purcells and grasslands (the local bighorn herd can often be seen in the grasses.)

Wake up and walk out the oTENTiks to hit the trails or pop into town for a meal. They are available from May to October and a valid Park pass is required.   

We have great glamping adventures in Radium Hot Springs!

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