Miette Hot Springs

Miette Hot Springs is closed until further notice.

An area closure is in effect for Miette Hot Springs area and Fiddle River Valley to ensure public safety and facilitate Parks Canada operations to respond to a wildfire.

Miette Hot Springs, located in Alberta’s Jasper National Park, feature the hottest hot springs in the Canadian Rockies. The natural hot springs water flows from the mountain at 54°C (129°F), the water is then cooled to a comfortable temperature of 40°C (104°F) as it enters the hot springs pool.

Miette Hot Springs beautiful location and luxurious water makes it one of the top things to do in Jasper National Park and one of Alberta’s best kept secrets. Whether it is the quiet peaceful panorama surrounding the hot springs or the scenic drive along the wild Fiddle valley, Miette Hot Springs is a unique experience that will keep you coming back year after year.

About Miette Hot Springs

Hours of operation

Operating hours, maintenance, and unexpected closure updates.

Safety and guidelines

Rules, safety information and policies related to visiting Miette Hot Springs


Single entry prices, daily entry prices, multi-entry passes, annual passes, and more.

How to get there

Directions and map.

History of Miette Hot Springs

Timeline of the facility’s development.

How to reach us

Contact information.

Travel trade

Information for tour operators.

Top five minerals

The top five minerals found in the Miette Hot Springs are:

  • Sulphate 1130 mg/l
  • Calcium 307 mg/l
  • Bicarbonate 124 mg/l
  • Magnesium 56 mg/l
  • Sodium 10.5 mg/l

Water temperature is kept between 37 and 40 ºC (98 and 104 ºF).

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