Vacation Packages & Specials

Radium Hot Springs Snowmobiling Special

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Bighorn Meadows Resort offers accommodations with all the comforts of home and within close range to BC’s best winter wilderness! Explore the area and enjoy boon-docking, carving turns, and floating through powder-filled playgrounds around Radium Hot Springs. Our fully equipped condo-style vacation homes are the best home-base for your trip with private bedrooms, full kitchens, BBQ’s, spacious living areas, in-suite laundry, and two outdoor hot tubs.

RECEIVE 15% OFF YOUR SNOWMOBILE GETAWAY!

Stay 2 or more nights between December 10th, 2018 & March 16th, 2019 to receive a great deal on your accommodations at Bighorn Meadows Resort.

Reserve online with Promo Code “SNOW15” or Give us a call to book your Snowmobiling Getaway today! 250-347-2323 or 1-877-344-2323

Please note: This special is based on a 2 night minimum stay. Sorry not available February 15 – 17, 2019. Must be booked directly with our Resort and mentioned at time of booking. Special is not available in conjunction with other offers and specials.

Local Trails

Forester Creek: one of this region’s sledding gems, the trail is managed and groomed by the Windermere Valley Snowmobile Club and can be accessed about 20 minutes west of Radium Hot Springs. The trail gradually ascends to alpine meadows & a warm-up shelter. More advanced riders can challenge Forester Pass. From February 15 to May 31, sledders can also access Catamount Glacier.

Silent Pass: this trail is a popular alpine destination at the head of McMurdo Creek. Please be aware of posted signs, as some trail areas are prohibited to snowmobilers.

Rocky Point: this steep 6km trail, gaining over 900 metres in elevation, is better suited to advanced riders. The trail connects to several alpine basins and scenic Grizzly Ridge with panoramic views of the Bugaboos.

Brewer Creek: about an hour drive from Radium, this trail offers moderate alpine riding, following Brewer Creek to open meadows, larch forest trails, and Mineral/Brewer Pass. Stay right at km 11 mark and left at km 12.3 mark.

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