Lussier Hotsprings, Whiteswan Lake Provincial Park

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Hot Spring
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  • After a 17 km drive up a beautiful mountain road, you will arrive at a turnout with an outhouse and a trail marker. Follow the trail a short way down to a beautiful and invigorating natural hot spring...  more »
  • Natural hot spring in it's undisturbed state! Paved path going to the spring in the river. Beautiful weather, awesome scenery, very natural. There are 3 "pools", 1st was cold as it was close to the ri...  more »
  • Nice but busy already:(. Best time to go is 11pm - 8am weekdays. Careful of the spring runoff..lots of snow yet to melt making some hot pools coolish, but top pool is always hot. Family friendly until...  more »
  • The road to get to these spring is the scariest road I have ever been on. It is a straight drop down thousands of feet. Going up is especially horrendous. Once we made it there it was a steep wall down on a rocky path to these beautiful natural hot spring. They smell like rotten eggs but once u get.over the smell it is quite nice. The two lower pools were quite cold as theynget the runoff from the river but they are a good place to wash off in. When we went it was may long weekend. It's said there is not drinking allowed there but this is most definitely not the case. I was pretty frustrated as it was packed with drunken teenagers. I was also worried as there was clearly no sober driver and it upset me that they were willing to out others lives in danger for a party at the hot spring. Some people need to smarten up! I think it needs to be monitored more closely the dangers of drinking up there are multiplies immensely. The hot pools and drinking do not mix very well one lady had passed out from heat education and as there is no cell phone service it took over an hour for help to arrive. Be careful! Otherwise it was a beautiful place and the water did feel very healing.
  • Beautiful spot . Has been pretty busy last few years because of social media .. just remember left the place how you found it and don't throw beer bottles in the river !
  • Nice semi-natural hotsprings. Multiple pools of differing temperatures - hottest is over 40C. Without chlorine, you get stuff growing on the rocks which makes them slippery.
  • Legit hot springs for those that want something other than big pool experience.
  • Well worth the trip plan ahead to make it a day. Slow and steady on the gravel road.