Banff Upper Hot SpringsCurrently Open [Closes at 11:00 pm]
- Address: 101 Mountain Ave, Banff, AB T1L 1K2, Canada
- Timings: 09:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4037621515
- Ticket Price: 7 USD
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Water Body, Tourist Center, Family And Kids
Banff Upper Hot Springs - Review
Soak yourself in the warmth of 100% natural mineral water amidst the chilled weather of Banff, Canada. The Banff Upper Hot Springs is a very popular water pool with steamy hot water depicting the heritage of the city.Even a relaxation therapy is matchless with the sumptuous experience the Banff hot springs throw your way. After you are done with the adventures in the city, do visit the springs to ease your tired nerves.
Banff Upper Hot Springs Information
- Swimsuits are available on rent.
- The temperature of the pool water is kept between 37ºC and 40ºC or 98ºF and 104ºF.
- Visit the pool in the mornings for a better experience.
Banff Upper Hot Springs Ticket Prices
- Adult (18 – 64 years): $7.30, Child (under 3): Free
- Youth (3 – 17 years): $6.30, Extra Youth: $3.40
- Senior (65+ years): $6.30
- Family (2 adults and 2 youth): $22.50
How To reach Banff Upper Hot Springs by Public Transport
- Banff Upper Hot Springs bus stop
- Rimrock Resort Hotel bus stop
- Banff Gondola bus stop
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Things to Know Before Visiting Banff Upper Hot Springs
74% of people who visit Banff include Banff Upper Hot Springs in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
44.57% of people start their Banff Upper Hot Springs visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Banff Upper Hot Springs
94% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Banff Upper Hot Springs
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Banff Upper Hot Springs, Banff Reviews
Busy place but line moved quickly. Pool is not very large and I thought it might be too crowded but it was fine. Everyone was pretty mindful of each other's personal space. Reasonably priced, ample parking. Great way to relax and break from hectic travel schedule. Loved the way my skin felt afterward too!
A nice place to stay and relax, just the line-up for the admission was really slow. Anyways is tourist area so we need put in mind a lot people want to try it too. The hot springs is an amazing place to chill, clear your mind. I definitely coming back here if I have an opportunity again. For new people here just to remember to bring your own locker and avoid to bring important belongs here. Also I recommend this place for everyone who wants to have some relax moment in Banff. The only downside here is the strong bleach smell on the area, but you will get used fast and will not notice after couple minutes in the water.
Quiet. Relaxing. Entry to the changerooms and pool is well organized and quick. There is little else to do other than soak or sit on the sides to cool down. There are water fountains on the outside by the pool so you don't need to take a water bottle in with you. If it is busy, you won't have too much room to move about the pool. Many of the locals and seniors go first thing in the morning when it usually quieter - try to go earlier than later. Don't expect a long stay - water is hot. Be sure to take the signage seriously to stay hydrated and keep from overheating. The experience of enjoying natural hot springs is a must - an inexpensive pleasure. Go for it!
Wonderful place to visit in Banff. Even more recommended when it is cold/snowing or after a hike to the top of Sulphur Mountain. Fairly priced. Great staff. Open until 11pm any day of the week.
Amazing Place.!!! Number 1 in Banff, imo. Very informative as well. It was snowing at the time we were in the hot springs. What a feel!!! Must do in Banff!!! It's around 8 dollars per person to enter. It's worth every penny. It would've been better if I didn't have to see naked people in the change room.