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A July 2005 trip to British Columbia by HeatherPat

Radium Hot Springs Photo, Panorama, British Columbia More Photos
Quote: Majestic Red Mountains, Natural Hot Springs, Lakes, Forests, Parks... no wonder they call it God's Country. We spent a week at the Radium Valley Resort. Every day there was more to see and do. This was a perfect family vacation.

Radium Hot Springs

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Hotel | "Radium Valley Vacation Resort"

Radium Hot Springs Photo, Panorama, British Columbia
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Best Things Nearby:The best things nearby would have to be the National Parks with all the wildlife, the hot springs pool, the natural hot springs that you have to travel in to the mountains to find, lakes with sandy beaches, mountains, local artists that make and display their wares onsite, and the local shopping.Best Things About the Resort:What we liked best about this resort was the relaxing setting within a nature-lover's paradise. There were the usual ammenities like a pool, sauna, tennis courts, hot tub... but it was the proximity to the parks and wildlife that interested us the most.Resort Experience:Our unit was huge! Actually, it was a house! It was...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on November 11, 2005

Radium Hot Springs
4836a Radium Blvd
Panorama, British Columbia
(250) 347-6455

Lussier Hot Spring

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Lussier Hot Spring Photo, Prince George, British Columbia
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We travelled, by car, Along an active logging road. Don't worry about logging trucks. 1) The roads are plenty wide enough for you to pull to the side ...remember that it is you that has to yield. 2) It is dirt, but well kept. 3) The drivers of those huge trucks realize that there are cars and small trucks (even RV's) using their road. From where you turn off the highway, you travel 13.3 miles, or 21.3 kilometers. There is a parking area, an outhouse or two and there is even a sign now! When looking at your map, it is at the beginning ot WhiteSwan Park. There is a semi-steep path leading from the road down to the edge of Lussier River. You follow down the slop...Read More

Member Rating 5 out of 5 on November 28, 2005

Lussier Hot Spring
Off a Logging Road
Prince George, British Columbia