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Copyright © 2021 by Glenn Woodsworth & David Woodsworth

About The Book & Where To Get It

After a good run Hot Springs of Western Canada 3rd edition is now out of print (AKA “sold out”). Glenn and David are working on a 4th edition, but with other projects and full-time jobs it’s still several years away.


We’d like to thank everyone who picked up or expressed interest in the previous editions, and welcome any beta, updates, or comments you might have that can help us make the 4th edition even better. Email us at info@hotspringsofwesterncanada.com .


The third edition is the complete guide to every hot spring in Canada, as well as some springs in Washington and Alaska.  Hot springs in western Canada range from commercial resorts with all the amenities to wild pools well off the beaten track.  Whether you prefer an established resort, secluded pools off backroads, a quiet soak after a long hike or paddle, or just the pursuit of elusive hot water, this book has all the information you need to make your trip a success.  It includes detailed directions and GPS coordinates, descriptions of the pools, historical notes, and other highlights.

Breaking News & Updates

April 5, 2020 - Pebble Creek (Keyhole): note that under normal circumstances (ie: no COVID-19) these springs are closed to the public from April 1st to November 15th, due to increased wildlife - visitor interaction

March 1, 2020 - Meager Creek & Pebble Creek (Keyhole): The Fraser Basin Council public opinion survey has been extended until March 15, 2020. Have your say at https://www.fraserbasin.bc.ca/Hot_Spring_Survey.html .

February 4, 2020 - Radium: Parks Canada has temporarily closed the pools after an inspection following minor renovations uncovered structural defects. The pools will remain closed until repairs can be made

January 10, 2020 - Meager Creek & Pebble Creek (Keyhole): The Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations & Rural Development is working with the Lil’wat Nation on a Visitor Use Management Strategy for these springs, to address issues & concerns and work together to identify objectives for future recreation management. With recent changing access [ More ... ]

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Do you have an update, questions, or general comments, whether about the book, future editions, this web site, or Canada’s hot springs in general?  Contact the authors at

info@hotspringsofwesterncanada.com