Albert Canyon Hot Springs

Take a break from your journey and relax with a soak in the Albert Canyon Hot Springs, surrounded by the majestic Selkirk Mountains. With two leisure pools, a trading post and welcoming staff, you’ll discover quintessential BC hospitality and relaxation.

The History of Our Springs

As the tale goes, the steamy mineral waters of Albert Canyon were first discovered by Canadian Pacific Railway workers at the turn of the century. Canyon Hot Springs was later created in the 1970s and has since been the premiere mineral soaking pool destination for travellers navigating the Trans Canada Highway through Rogers Pass and into Revelstoke.

About Our Pools

Today, water from the natural spring is piped over three kilometres down the valley side to feed our 15,000 gallon hot pool and our 60,000 gallon swimming pool. The hot mineral soaking pool temperature is 40°C (104°F) and the swimming pool is 32°C (86°F).

Clean, proper swim attire (bathing suits) must be worn before entering the pool or pool area. Babies must wear disposable diapers in pools. Towels are not provided but are available for purchase. Padlocks for lockers are also available for purchase.


Mineral pools will be open from May 17th  to Sept. 21, 2024 


Single Swim Day Pass
Junior (14 & Under)​
Senior (60 & Over)
*Family (2 Adults, 2 Juniors)
Additional Junior

(Maximum 2 people aged 18 or older)

  • Two adults and two juniors
  • One adults and three juniors
  • Two seniors and two juniors
  • One senior, one adults, and two juniors
Group Rate (20+ People)
10% off
Children Under 4

Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by someone 18 or older. Entry into the Hot Springs area is for paid Hot Spring guests only.

Clean, proper swim attire (bathing suits) must be worn before entering the pool or pool area.

Frequently Asked Questions

Need more information about our hot springs? View our frequently asked questions.

No, reservations are not required to use the hot springs.

No, you do not have to be a guest to use the hot springs. However, during periods of high occupancy, priority access is given to resort guests.

No, the hot springs are separate from camping.

Yes, passes to the hot springs are included for those staying in the cabins. When the hot springs are not open, there is a 10% discount applied to cabin stays.

We have coin operated showers that take dollar coins that you can use at your expense.

Contact Us

Do you have questions about our accommodations or amenities? Our information team at Canyon Hot Springs Resort are happy to help!

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