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Kootenay National Park, Radium Hot Springs
Categories: Mountains, National Parks, Nature & Parks
Kootenay National Park is located in Radium Hot Springs. Work out when and for how long to visit Kootenay National Park and other Radium Hot Springs attractions using our handy Radium Hot Springs vacation trip planner.
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Do the Hot Springs! Radium, Lussier. Drive is picturesque, on 93 and 95 highways. Heading to Golden, north, was a pretty winding road, less traffic.
Spent a week at Fairmomt. Lots to do and see. Visited the Hot Sprimgs in Fairmont, the Hoodoos and went whitewater rafting in the Kootenay River.
This ridiculous. You can not talk about all of the sites and experiences you can have in this park in a review like this. The drive from Radium to the Alberta border is beautiful and wildlife is commo... read more »
Miles and miles of trails and some of the most stunning scenery in the world. The Kootaney River is ice blue and beautiful. It winds through the high mountains with cascading waterfalls and some deep canyons with some rich history. A great tour of the Canadian National Parks would be the Kootaney, Banff, and Jasper. They are all so close together you could almost get it through them in one trip. Although I think it would take many to get through everything there is to actually see. The wildlife is plenty so be prepared and be respectful as this is their home and we are only visitors. When going on hikes up here be sure you are prepared for all weather conditions as it can change in an instant. If you are traveling through the area, you should defiantly make a few stops through the park and take a quick hike in to the mountains maybe see a glacier or two.
Geoff Stratton from the Radium Hot Springs visitor center was super helpful at helping us out with planning and making reservations on our trip at Rockwall. A must National Park to visit as well!
A very rugged alpine national park that is better known by the locals. Definitely worth visiting.
Great campsite in the mountains. But I always prefer one by a lake or river. Good place to be and venture out for the day. Very close to the Hwy in Radium (2km). And having electricity was a great bonus!! Good, free showers! Sites nicely placed/separated.
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