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Liard Hot Springs, British Columbia

4.9
#63 of 180 in Nature in British Columbia
Hot Spring Nature / Park
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  • We spent a couple of hours at the hot springs on our way through. They were lovely, some of the nicest we've ever been to. The top bit is very hot and the lower one is a much more comfortable temperat...  more »
  • Absolutely gorgeous! This hot spring pool is completely natural and has a well-maintained boardwalk and changing facility. The pools are located in a beautiful forest complete with long tendrils of ol...  more »
  • This is truely a magical place. A short walk from the campground or picnic area to a world class hot spring. This is a must do when you are headed north. Great friendly staff.  more »
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  • Awesome staff and campsites. Dry camp but thats how it's supposed to be. The pools are amazing and natural. Free if you manage to get a spot in the campground $5 if your unlucky. The short hanging garden hike is well worth it. My stay was literally and metaphorically dampened by non stop torrential rain but was otherwise awesome.
  • The hot springs are beautiful, a good balance of natural and comfortable, and extremely clean (though we were present for an hour of pressure washing). $26 CAD (of course) afforded us a night of camping and entrance to the springs. Arrive early! Overflow camping is a gravel lot. The drop in sites fill up right away as people leave.
  • Highlight of the Alaska Highway in Canada. Beautiful park in every way. Excellent chance at seeing wildlife. The hot springs feel spectacular.
  • Hot Springs are wonderful. In a secluded area. Lots of visitors. Okay amenities at Lodge.
  • Amazing Hot Springs! If you are going by, you should absolutely stop in! Beware of bears! Have a bearbanger with you for the hike into the springs.