Man sitting at the edge of a natural hot springs (Albert Normandin photo)
Northern BC hot springs are often set in remote wilderness areas. Soak in the nearly tropical thermal springs of Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park.
Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park
Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park, located on the Alaska Highway, contains one of Canada's largest natural hot springs systems. These springs have created an unusually warm microclimate: tropical, exotic plants (including 14 species of orchids) flourish here. Follow the boardwalk to a rustic pool. Year-round, temperatures range from 42°C to 52°C (107°F to 125°F). For a special retreat, visit the hot springs in winter and relax in the steaming pool as the snow covers the trees.
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5500 Alaska Hwy
Fort Nelson, British Columbia
Located on the west side of the recreation complex within easy walking distance of Art Frazer Park, the Rotary Spray Park and Fort Nelson Museum, the Visitor Centre offers free wireless internet (WiFi) service, coffee and a selection of souvenirs and local artists work. Fort Nelson is the Gateway to the Serengeti of the North. Visitor Centre staff are friendly, knowledgeable and truly look forward to your visit. Let us help with your adventure in the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality!