Liard Hot Springs
Located to the North of the Lake Muncho, the second-largest hot spring in Canada. Liard has two hot springs with temperatures up to 52°C Alpha pool and Beta pool. The hot springs complex is of national ecological importance and is well known for its nature with boreal forests. Unlike most other hot springs in Canada, the Liard River hot springs do not flow into the nearby river.
It is one of the few provincial campsites open all year round. A popular stop for tourists is the campground, which is filled up early every day during the summer. The park has a picnic and camping area with basic amenities.
Hot Springs Cove
The source located in a Maquinna Provincial Park. The water of the hot spring is very hot 47°C and transparent, with a faint smell and taste of sulfur. Access to the spring only by air or by boat from Tofino.
Camping is prohibited on the territory of the source, often travellers stay in the houses of residents nearby. Well-marked trails to Tsamata Beach with untouched forests.
Canyon Hot Springs
The spring located in Albert Canyon, in the spectacular Canadian mountains of British Columbia to the East from Revelstoke National Park.
Canyon Hot Springs has excellent camping, overnight accommodation is offered in rustic chalets, log cabins. Hiking trails lead from the resort and located in the surrounding national parks. The place is also popular for fishing, hiking, mountaineering, rafting, golfing and boating.
Ahousat Hot Springs
The spring located on the Southside of Flores Island in Gibson Marine Provincial Park. Natural warm spring has therapeutic value. The water is clean and reaches a temperature of up to 25°C.
An unattended route connects warm springs to the wide sandy beaches at White Sands Cove. It is allowed to stay in the wild, in remote areas or camping. The park and hot spring located in the traditional Ahousat indigenous territory, accessible only by air or boat from Tofino.
Lussier Hot Springs
The wild side of Lussier hot springs located near the Western boundary of the Provincial Park on Whiteswan Lake. The Whiteswan forest road leads to a well-maintained hiking trail and four rock pools along Lussier River. Mineral water flows in the pools with a maximum temperature of 43°C.
Several people will fit in stone pools at the same time.
Skookumchuck Hot Springs
Skookumchuck hot springs located in a beautiful natural area next to Lillooet River.
Camping is available for a fee. Many local families still use the hot springs, and visitors are asked to respect local family traditions, behave carefully, and wait until children finish bathing before getting in the hot tubs.
Ainsworth Hot Springs
In the heart of Kootenay Desert located several Ainsworth hot springs, in a hillside overlooking Kootenay Lake and Purcell Mountains. A feature of the source is a unique cave in the shape of a horseshoe. A hot shower with mineral water provides a rejuvenating natural steam bath.
It is recommended to visit the spring in winter because the cold, fresh air creates a contrast with the warmth and humidity in the caves.
Dewar Creek Hot Springs
The springs located in the Purcell Wilderness Conservancy Provincial Park, near Kimberley. The area is available for horse riding and hiking. Most pools, except one, are too hot for swimming, the temperature reaches more than 80°C.
Harrison Hot Springs
Conveniently located less than two hours from Vancouver. There are two natural hot springs of potash and grey rocks, which are cooled and mixed in a public pool with mineral hot springs to a relaxing temperature 38°C. Rest in a resort with five hot mineral pools, a spa and a marina.
Radium Hot Springs
The springs located at the foot of Redstreak Mountain. Unlike other hot springs, this one has no sulfur smell. The water temperature varies depending on the season. In spring, the snowmelt cools the thermally heated water. On the territory of the health complex two swimming pools, which receives mineral water. The surrounding nature is of great interest. Deers, grizzly bears, black bears and mountain goats can be found in the local forests.