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Liard Hot Springs, British Columbia

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TripAdvisor
  • 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 »
  • One of the best hot springs I have ever been to. It was hard to believe how clean it was . Water was amazing and only 5$ to get in. I would go back in a second.  more »
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  • We have stopped here 16 times over the past 10 years. It is our favorite hot springs - EVER!! It is rustic, with just the right amount of infrastructure. We've been there during the day, we've been there at night with the northern lights overhead. It is open year round, and there is a year round grounds keeper. Make sure you pack water to drink, even in the winter.
  • The hot springs are well worth stopping for a few hours. You get to the hot springs by taking a short, well maintained boardwalk. There are changing rooms and pit toilets near the hot spring, but no showers or running water. The hot springs has a pebble bottom with natural dirt sides. There are two pools with the upper pool being hotter, and the lower pool is more suitable for children. We noticed a slight sulfur smell when we were in there, but it didn't seem to smell too much after we dried off (certainly not as bad as the chlorine smell on your skin from a normal pool).
  • Best springs ever been, spend 4 days in July 2016 with family and kids loved it. Best pit stop between Washington and Alaska.
  • This 5 star is for the campground and the hot springs. For the price of camping $25, you get free access to the hot springs for 24 hours. Can't be that. The grounds are well kept, level sites. There's only 1 source of potable water (no ideal) and no showers...not the end of the world. The hot springs are breathtaking. The boardwalk to them is enjoyable and about 8 minutes for 700meters. Note: Get to the springs early in the morning if you're camping and the place will be your private little spot for an hour or so. Same for early evening. After 4pm it starts to fill up with other camping guest.
  • Definitely make a stop here. Book campsite early since they are full real. Don't bother camping at the overflow. It's loud especially at night with drunks stumbling out of the springs. Such a shame.