A Hot Springs With Wild Abandon

A Hot Springs With Wild Abandon

From world’s away you arrive, heat seeking nature’s “real” hot tub oasis amidst the mountain pines. Lussier Hot Springs. Rejuvenate.

Lussier Hot Springs

The soul of us finds its spirit when we get off the beaten track, and reconnect to nature on its own terms. Lussier Hot Springs is this place. Access at km 17.5 on the Whiteswan Forest Service Road via a short hike down to the Lussier River.

A change room/ toilet is located in the parking lot. Liquor, dogs, and garbage aren’t permitted. Bathing suits – yep you need those. Park Rangers conduct regular patrols – because they like us want to make sure you enjoy nature with few footprints for the sake of generations to come.

Lussier Hot Springs are natural, and subject to climactic conditions may sometimes run cool.
Make a camping/hiking/trophy rainbow trout fishing holiday out of it. Lussier Hot Springs is located in wildlife-friendly and postcard-worthy Whiteswan Provincial Park – home to two pristine mountain lakes – Whiteswan and Alces, five lakeside or riverside campgrounds (May 1 to Sept 30), three boat launches, an historic hiking trail, and perhaps even a partridge in a pear tree if you like counting down the days of Christmas that Whiteswan offers as nature’s present to you.

Visit: Whiteswan Provincial Park