The mineral waters of the Radium Hot Springs have been drawing visitors to the Columbia Valley for a century.There is a hot pool (104 Degree F/40 Degree C) and a cooler pool (81 Degree F/27 Degree C)
About Radium Hot Springs BC
Radium Hot Springs is a nice little Village in the Columbia Valley nestled between the Rocky Mountains and the Purcell Mountain range.It also is the south entrance to beautiful Kootenay National Park. Radium is your best choice to stay, when you want to explore the Columbia Valley and Kootenay National Park.
You'll also find here the Columbia River Wetlands, the longest continous strech of wetlands in North Amerika and you'll stand a good chance to meet with our wild ambassadors, the Rocky Mountain Bighorn sheep.
So, what's to do here?
- Soaking in the Hot Springs
- Horsback Riding
- Bird watching (every May, there's a festival called "Wings over the Rockies")
- ...and a lot more!!