Ever come across a beautiful body of glacier-blue water and feel the urge to dive in?
At Crazy Creek Resort, you’ll find multiple pools just like this.
Some are icy-cold, but the best ones are steaming-hot.
Totaling approximately 2,000 square-feet, there’s plenty of water for you to swim, or just casually lounge, in.
The water for each of the hot pools is drawn from the base of the nearby Eagle Pass Mountain. Each pool is then geo-thermally heated until they’re surrounded by soothing clouds of steam.
In addition, the glacial-blue water is sulphur-free and mineral-rich.
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The resort, out near Revelstoke, is also surrounded by forests, with several trails, campgrounds, and a suspension bridge all nearby.
The resort is open year-round, so you can dive into a cold pool this summer, then slip into a hot pool during snow-season.
Admission fees and day-passes vary depending on age, with the most expensive being the adult all-day pass for $19.50.
Crazy Creek Resort Hot and Cool Pools
Where: 6162 Trans-Canada Highway, Malakwa, BC Canada V0E 2J0
Admission: Admission fees from $7.50 to $12.50. All-Day passes from $13.50 to $19.50.
When: 9:00 am to 8:45 pm
For more hidden gems around British Columbia, check out our Travel & Outdoors section.
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