About Radium Hot Springs

Year-Round Vacation Destination with Alpine Charm

Nestled between the towering peaks of the Purcell and Rocky Mountains, just a 2.5 hour drive from Calgary, Radium Hot Springs, BC is a small village in the Columbia Valley set at the entrance to Sinclair Canyon. What the village lacks in size, it makes up for with incredible alpine scenery and a host of recreational opportunities.

Radium Hot Springs boasts Canada’s largest mineral springs pool and is bordered by the Columbia River Wetlands (the largest continuous wetlands in North America) and Kootenay National Park (the only national park within the region).

Offering outdoor activities year round, Radium Hot Springs is the perfect mountain getaway. Visitors come for the beautiful parks, golf, hiking, biking, winter activities, wildlife, and, of course, the rejuvenating hot springs, and there are many activity providers in and around the village to help you make the most of your stay.

What’s the Weather Like?

The climate in Radium Hot Springs is continental and semi-arid, with over 2,000 hours of average annual sunshine. Temperatures can range in extreme instances from -30°C to 35°C, but more typically range from -16°C in the winter to a comfortable high of 24°C in the summer.

One of Western Canada’s Most Desirable Vacation Hot Spots

Located just minutes from downtown Radium Hot Springs, Bighorn Meadows Resort is situated on the ninth hole of the Springs Golf Course, secluded to those who are unaware of its existence.

Our resort’s stunning location and luxurious accommodations make us one of Western Canada’s most desirable vacation hot spots and the ideal destination for a BC ski vacation or golf getaway.

Adventure is yours to define and discover in Radium Hot Springs and we are happy to assist you with planning your next vacation.

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