Regional District: East Kootenay
Golf. Ski. Hike. Watch wildlife. Participate in one of many events. Soak in the hot springs. Or just watch clouds roll across the high peaks and listen to the wind in the pines. Located in the Columbia Valley on a high ridge with its back to Kootenay National Park and long views toward the Purcell Mountains to the west, photo-friendly Radium Hot Springs is an outdoor recreation destination, but more than that it’s a feel-good place where nature’s four season spectacle shapes the spirit.
With a permanent population of 800 people and a summer population of 5,000 people, Radium’s vision is to be an authentic, environmentally-focused mountain resort community with a dynamic mix of full-time population, daytime enterprise, and recreational property owners, expanding atmospheric tourism services, and a long list of community and valley recreational pursuit that drives motivation to visit or move to the area.
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