Radium Hot Springs
The cool pool at Radium Hot Springs Aquacourt is currently undergoing repairs. While the hot pool remains open to the public, the cool pool will be temporarily closed until further notice. Additional information will be provided as available. For current hours of operation and to learn more visit hotsprings.ca.
Radium Hot Springs Summer update: hot pools open, cool pool closure
The cool pool at Radium Hot Springs Aquacourt is currently undergoing repairs. While the hot pool remains open to the public, the cool pool will be temporarily closed until further notice. Additional information will be provided as available.
For current hours of operation and to learn more visit hotsprings.ca.
One of British Columbia’s top natural hot springs is found in Kootenay National Park. This family-friendly facility offers plenty of space to relax and soak in the expansive hot pool or cool off with the kids in the swimming pool.
Whether you are visiting the local Radium golf courses, skiing or snowboarding at Panorama Ski Resort, or just passing through Kootenay National Park, soaking in Radium Hot Springs is a unique experience not to be missed!
The mineral water of Radium Hot Springs is uniquely odourless and clear, making this hot springs perfect for a relaxing soak.
Radium Hot Springs’ Aquacourt is featured on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.
About Radium Hot Springs
Learn how COVID-19 may affect your visit.
Operating hours, maintenance, and unexpected closure updates.
Rules, safety information and policies related to visiting Radium Hot Springs
Single entry prices, daily entry prices, multi-entry passes, annual passes, and more.
Directions and map.
History of the Radium Hot Springs
Information for tour operators.
Top five minerals
The top five minerals found in the Radium Hot Springs are:
- Sulphate 302 mg/l
- Calcium 135 mg/l
- Bicarbonate 100.8 mg/l
- Silica 31.8 mg/l
- Magnesium 31.6 mg/l
Water temperature is kept between 37ºC and 40ºC (98ºF and 104ºF).
More places to discover with Parks Canada
With diverse terrain embracing everything from arid grasslands to glaciers, Kootenay National Park offers the full Rocky Mountain experience along the historic Banff-Windermere Highway. Take a scenic drive or stay and explore the park’s treasures.
One of Banff National Park's greatest traditions is visiting the Upper Hot Springs for a soothing soak in the hot, mineral-rich water. Relaxing in the outdoor pool among the jagged peaks of Rundle and Cascade Mountains is a magical experience that has drawn visitors to Banff since 1886.