Banff Upper Hot Springs, Banff
Banff Upper Hot Springs, Banff - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 101 Mountain Ave, Banff, AB T1L 1K2, Canada
Ticket Price: 7 USD
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
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About Banff Upper Hot Springs, Banff
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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Banff Upper Hot Springs, Banff Reviews - Write a Review
Decent view, cheap to get in. Busy in the weekends and quiet during the week. It's outdoor, so best experienced during the snow and the cold. Suit rentals available, as is a towel service. Lockers are single use for a dollar. Bring a water bottle with you into the pool if you're going to spending time there, there are no water fountains near the hot pool. You can drop people off at the entrance but parking is down the hill, be prepared for a short uphill walk with appropriate winter clothes and footwear.
The place was pretty empty last time I went, which was surprising since I heard it's always busy. We got a spot at the closest parking lot which was still a little bit of a trek to get to the hot springs. The change rooms were nice and big, and the attendant was able to charge the loonie for the locker when we entered which was awesome because we forgot to bring some change. The hot springs had a beautiful view of the mountains and a walk-in to the pool that started indoors. And it wasn't too much most costly than a community pool.
I make it a point to come here at least once every 3 months. Living in Calgary, it is amazing how we take this majestic place for granted seeing how it's in our backyard. This is a definite visiting point, the staff are always pleasant, the view is spectacular, what more else of a reason do you need!
What a relaxing place. The water is warm (39 degrees Celsius) and the views are spectacular. It's a shame that it looks like a conventional pool, but that doesn't take away from the relaxation. Easy to find and cheap to go to. I will be back.
A little snug when it's busy but overall lots of fun with breathtaking views. You can rent everything: Towels, Bathing Suits, etc. But cheaper to bring you own stuff. Either way highly recommended. Perhaps after a chilly trip to the top of the Mountain?