Radium Hotsprings, British Columbia

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Written by bike posted on Thursday, February 18th, 2010

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Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia is known for the deep theraputic hot spring pools that bring thousands of visitors to this part of British Columbia, Canada every year. The hot springs are near the beautiful Kootenay National Park and the town has several world famous golf courses.

Stay in BC and see some of Canada's most beatiful landscapes. © Mike Grandmaison


Radium Hotsprings, BC boasts two championship 18 hole golf courses and don’t be surprised to see wildlife on the golf course. Enjoy hiking through Kootenay National Park where you will be surrounded by flora and fauna, including deer and bighorn sheep galore. Spend time sauntering around the village where you will find a wide variety of shops, restaurants, and accommodations, from full-service resorts to excellent campground facilities.
Events such as the Classic Car Show, the Fall Fair, and Wings over the Rockies are yearly attractions.

  • Elevation: 800 m (3,625 ft)
  • Population: 691
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