Fairmont Hot Springs,
located in the B.C. Rockies, is a popular recreational spot with
young and old alike. Fairmont with the largest odourless hot pools
in Canada is an ideal place to relax and enjoy some of the most
magnificent scenery in British Columbia.
first European to settle at Fairmont, was George Geary in 1887.
When Sam Brewer became the owner, this site became a rest spot
for the stage coaches that transported people and express up and
down the Columbia Valley. Later, when W. H. Holland and his family
purchased the place, they developed the property as a ranch and
resort. The property has changed hands. Nevertheless, the development
has continued and today, Fairmont Hot Springs is well known for
its therapeutic waters and spa and the other recreational facilities.
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Access: Fairmont Hot Springs is in the Rock Mountain
Trench on Highway 93 and 95, between the towns of Canal Flats
and Windermere. The city of Cranbrook is 112 km (69 km.) south
and Golden is 148 km (92 mi.) north.
Facilities/Activities: hot pools and spa; golfing;
hiking; swimming; boating; biking; horseback riding; fishing;
heli-sightseeing; downhill and cross country skiing.
Attractions: large odourless hot pools; two excellent
golf courses; Windermere Lake and the Columbia River.
Accommodations: resort that can hold from 10
to 300. The near by towns offer motels, hotels and RV and tenting
Box 10, Fairmont Hot Springs, B.C. V0B 1L0
Telephone: (250) 345-6311 or 1-800-663-4979