The journey to this Canadian vacation spot is as beautiful as the destination. If you’re coming from the Prairies, the drive through Banff and Kootenay National Parks is guaranteed to be one of the highlights of your trip. And when coming for your winter vacation, roads to British Columbia’s Powder Highway are well maintained and plowed regularly.
From Vancouver to Fairmont Hot Springs Resort — Google Map directions 
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|Cranbrook, BC||108 km (67 mi)|
|Calgary, AB||299 km (185 mi)|
|Lethbridge, AB||392 km (244 mi)|
|Spokane, WA||410 km (255 mi)|
|Red Deer, AB||432 km (268 mi)|
|Kelowna, BC||490 km (305 mi)|
|Edmonton, AB||584 km (362 mi)|
|Saskatoon, SK||901 km (560 mi)|
Travel west on the Trans-Canada Highway. Approximately 25 km past Banff, at Castle Mountain Junction, turn south onto Highway 93 toward Radium Hot Springs. At the junction where Highway 93 meets Highway 95 (in Radium), turn south (left). Fairmont Hot Springs is about 25 minutes south of Radium.
Go northeast on Highway 3. Take the Highway 93/95 ramp toward Fort Steele/Invermere. At the set of lights past Wasa, turn north (right) on Highway 93/95, which will take you to Fairmont Hot Springs.
Take Route 1 East (Trans-Canada Hwy) for approx. 142 km. Merge onto Route 3 East (Crowsnest Hwy) and continue 6.7 km to the Coquihalla Hwy (Route 5). Follow the Coquihalla for 197 km, then stay straight to continue again on Trans-Canada Hwy East. At Golden, BC, take the exit toward Radium Hot Springs/Cranbrook. Follow Hwy 95 approx. 140 km to Fairmont Hot Springs. Total distance is 850 km.