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Immerse Yourself!

Canada’s largest natural mineral hot springs

Immerse yourself in the soothing, mineral-rich waters and enjoy the panoramic mountain views surrounding in Canada’s largest natural mineral hot springs.

Swim, play or just soak; our water is a source of relaxation and rejuvenation for all ages. The water temperature in our soaking pool is maintained at an average of 39°C (102°F) and our large swimming pool and dive pool are just slightly cooler at 32°C (89°F) and 30°C (86°F).

With over 1.2 million gallons of fresh mineral water flowing through our pools daily, our odorless & naturally heated waters allow for a calming & tranquil experience.

 

DID YOU KNOW?

The water in the hot springs originate from rain and snow melt. The water seeps into the ground through tiny holes in the landscape’s porous limestone and is heated as it travels underground, so get ready to enjoy last year’s rain fall in your bathing suit!

We adhere to strict disinfection practices for our natural mineral hot springs pools with are sufficient to inactivate the COVID-19 virus in chlorinated drinking water and swimming pools.

Our pool decks, change rooms and all high-touch points are cleaned, disinfected, and sanitized multiple times during opening hours and all pools are fully drained and cleaned multiple times per week.

Change rooms are currently accessible, limited to a maximum number of guests at any time.

Opening hours, guest access times and occupancy limits are subject to change – please ensure you check this webpage prior to your visit.

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Hot springs! And I have all the info on how to find them!
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First: follow the link in my profile to my blog! Yes, I have a blog where I write about all the adventures you see photos of in my Instagram feed.
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And then make sure you follow me on Facebook and Twitter if you want to find out when I have other new posts written! (Links to all of my accounts are on my blog.)
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Finally, you can even receive notifications by email every time I write something! Just scroll down the blog post till you see a box that says “follow by email” on the right hand side.
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And I always answer every message if you ever find yourself wondering where we’ve been exploring and want to reach out. (I might even invite you on our next trip cause I’m crazy friendly like that!)
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#kootrocks #columbiavalley #fairmonthotsprings #explorebc #fhsrmemories #kootenayrockies #hotsprings #outdoorwomen #outfamcommunity #outdoorfamilies #radgirlslife #albertaadventuregirls #adventurefamily #adventuretravel #familytravel
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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

On September 30 Fairmont Hot Springs Resort will observe the annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. We remember and honour the Indigenous children who never returned home and the survivors of residential schools, as well as their families and communities. Public commemoration of the tragic and painful history and ongoing impacts of residential schools is a vital component of the reconciliation process.

There were 140 federally run residential schools in Canada that operated between 1831 and 1998. The last school closed less than 25 years ago. Survivors have long advocated for recognition, reparations and accountability for the lasting intergenerational harm and suffering caused to First Nations by the Canadian residential school program.

Fairmont Hot Springs Resort gratefully and humbly acknowledges that we operate on the unceded, traditional territory of the Ktunaxa and Secwépemc First Nations and the chosen home of the Columbia Valley Métis along with many other Indigenous nations and families. We are grateful to work, play & live on these lands.

To learn more, visit the Government of Canada’s official website. Follow the link in our bio.
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