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Laze in the warm waters of the natural, heated springs, set off on wilderness tours fraught with bears and hairy mountain goats, or hire a bicycle to discover the winding river trails and steep valley routes that litter this mountain canyon. Radium Hot Springs beckons you in with a relaxed, casual charm. Soaring mountain peaks are lush and green in summer, turning fresh, and white at the first signs of snow. Relaxed living is epitomized by the rolling green fairways of challenging golf courses and birds of prey circle through the skies overhead.

Things to see

The hot spring water that streams into 2 large pools at the heart of Radium is the main attraction in this unique alpine town, sitting in the shadows of the impressive Rocky Mountains. It filters into a complex that’s open to swimmers, giving you the chance to soak in the steaming water, or swim in an unusual pool, where one end bubbles at over 100 degree Fahrenheit and the other is chilled by the waters from a passing creek. Mountain trails lead away from the main town, following craggy routes that wend their way through dense forestation. Trail guides lead tours in the hopes of spotting native wild bighorn sheep, leaping mountain goats and grizzly bears. At Sinclair Valley, wildlife can be spotted clambering up the iron-red mountain walls and gentler walks can be enjoyed through the Valley View Interpretive Trail, a casual walkway that leads into the spectacular scenery of the Windermere Valley. Every May, the town opens its doors to the Wings Over the Rockies festival, a colorful celebration of the unique birdlife that lives in the surrounding wetlands.

Hotels in Radium Hot Springs

For luxury hotels in Radium Hot Springs, you’ll find all season resorts with elegant bedrooms and wonderful mountain views. Like most places to stay, even these higher end resorts don’t have stuffy dress codes, preferring a laid back and casual approach to hospitality. Mid-range hotels are comfortably furnished and usually feature amenities like private swimming pools, furnished sun terraces, and occasionally fitness centers or gyms. It’s such a small town, that wherever you book, you’ll be within walking distance of the wide variety of activities, including children’s play parks, and several golf courses, some of which are attached to the hotels in Radium Hot Springs themselves.

Where to stay

Sitting in the shadow of the vast Rocky Mountains, Radium Hot Springs is an alpine retreat with an all-weather appeal. Its quiet residential streets are filled with large single family homes, well-maintained front yards, and the occasional discount hotels. Far-reaching views can be enjoyed in any direction, and while there isn’t much of a shopping scene to brag about, it does have a few small convenience stores to help you curb your retail urge. Quaint tea shops and old fashioned pubs with traditional English themes are common places to eat here, but you’ll find most restaurants located in the main hotels and resorts.

How to get to Radium Hot Springs

To get to Radium Hot Springs, you’ll be best traveling into Calgary, the nearest international airport even though its location is in Alberta, just across the province boundary. You can catch overland buses that run the line to Vancouver in the west, but if you hire a car you can explore the ancient mining towns that trail along the highway. When you pass Golden, a high-level town on the edge of the mountain range, you’ll be just an hour from Radium.