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Banff Hot Springs

Soak your worries away in Alberta's exquisite Banff Hot Springs. Located in the picturesque Canadian Alpine Rockies, Banff Hot Springs is a natural spring that provides thousands of visitors a wonderful respite from their travels. A

fter spending a taxing day hiking, climbing, skiing, riding or just exploring nothing provides ultimate relaxation like indulging in a hot soak in a natural spring. Lay back and relax and enjoy Alberta's stunning mountain backdrop. The Banff Hot Springs, one of the highest hot springs in Canada, are fed from natural snow melt. Melted snow seeps into the ground collecting in the Earth's crust deep below the surface. Along its geothermal journey, The water absorbs minerals and is gradually heated. The water is then pushed back to the surface through a crack in the Sulphur Mountain fault system and collected in the natural Banff Hot Springs. No matter how cold it is outside, the 37 - 40 degrees Celsius heated water will soothe away your sore muscles and invigorate your body and spirit.

Banff Hot Springs overlooks the breathtaking mountain scenery of Banff National Park. Visitors can sight-see and marvel at the mountain scenery in absolute comfort and relaxtion. A wonderful way to enjoy the alpine scenery without being subjected to biting cold temperatures. Whether you're soaking away the stresses of the day, revitalizing your body after a strenuous mountain journey, refreshing your skin in natural mineral water or simply indulging in a few moments of rest and relaxation, the Banff Hot Springs is the perfect destination for your trip. The Banff Hot Springs provides an incredibly unique experience that's guaranteed to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul.

Area Hotels:

Banff Inn

501 Banff Ave · Banff · AB · T1L 1A9 · (403) 762-8844

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