Hot Springs of Western Canada
Copyright © 2021 by Glenn Woodsworth & David Woodsworth
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A Swimmingly Inviting Pool …
If you’re travelling along Highway 3 and have a few extra hours, a detour to the springs at Fording Mountain is well worthwhile. Only a few minutes walk from the parking area, this giant pond, filled with warm turquoise water and deep enough to swim laps, is tantalizingly inviting on a hot summer day.