Man sitting at the edge of a natural hot springs (Albert Normandin photo)
Seeking a truly unique and relaxing Canadian wilderness experience? There are two natural hot springs close to Kimberley that can provide that.
Known for their curative properties, the soothing hot springs offer the best in outdoor relaxation.
The best time to visit is late summer when the springs are at their hottest and the river levels are at their lowest, and the surrounding scenery is captivating.
The undeveloped, naturally occurring hot springs are a group of small rock-lined hot pools with gravel bottoms that are located along the creeks edge. Temperatures range from 40–43˚C/104–109˚F.
For the brave, a plunge in the icy river after a hot soak is sure to leave a memorable impression!