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Mountain views out your windows, wildlife viewing, and plenty of pull-offs for photo opportunities. The journey to Radium is almost as beautiful as the destination, no matter what direction you arrive!
Radium is a place for escape, adventure, relaxation, and fun.
No matter which direction you arrive from, it will be a scenic trip. Enjoy exploring Kootenay National Park if you’re taking Highway 93, stopping at roadside markets via the Golden Triangle Route, or experiencing the rivers and lakes of the south route on Highway 93/95.
Make sure to check current road conditions and closures before travelling. When travelling in the winter, make sure to pack extra food and water, warm clothing, blankets, and a full tank of gas. The most up-to-date information on Highway conditions can be found at DriveBC.ca. Road conditions for Alberta can be found at 511.Alberta.ca.
Take a look at the map below to plan your perfect road trip to Radium.
The nearest car rentals are available in Banff, Cranbrook, or Calgary.
Starting in late September 2021, Highway 1 from Lake Louise to Golden will have extended closures. Note that during summer months, regular daytime travel will not be affected. Find more information on Highway 1 Travel Information here.
The nearest airport is the Canadian Rockies International Airport located in Cranbrook, B.C. It is a small, regional airport servicing the Kootenay-Rockies area, with flights mainly to and from Calgary, Kelowna, and Vancouver.
Calgary International Airport is the nearest large airport to Radium Hot Springs.
While transit options are limited in the area, a small regional bus runs from Cranbrook to Golden weekly.
Find more information from BC Transit.