Banff Upper Hot Springs, Banff

Currently 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
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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

Bus :

  • 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

  • 95% of people who visit Banff include Banff Upper Hot Springs in their plan

  • 60.89% of people plan their visit to Banff Upper Hot Springs between 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Banff Upper Hot Springs

Tuesday, Friday and Saturday

94.28% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Banff Upper Hot Springs

People normally club together Lake Minnewanka and Cave And Basin National Historic Site while planning their visit to Banff Upper Hot Springs.

People also prefer to end their day with Banff Upper Hot Springs.

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Banff Upper Hot Springs, Banff Reviews

  • The Upper Hot Springs is a wonderful place to unwind. It is a large outdoor hot pool with lots of seating. Although the temperature is not consistent, it is always good for a soak. Mid week is not crowded. Beautiful views!

  • This is really just a warm pool. It's very nice and comfortable with a good view in the daytime. Stars can be very cool at night. Don't come here expecting some natural looking hot spring. It's a hot pool, a nice one.

  • the hot spring here is surprisingly cheap and you can rent all the equipment. It's pity that it closes at 8:30. I was there under -30C. The temperature of the hot spring is only about 35C so it's quite low. Maybe I should call it warm spring. It's snowing and my hair is frozen with lots of ice. The pool is a little too shallow to cover all my body. They have some places with deeper water. it's a unique experience but hope the temperature of the hot spring can be a little higher.

  • Went during a really bad cold spell in Alberta, was definitely worth the experience. Check the hours before you make the trip, because they closed early due to the cold. Prices are reasonable and the rental historic suits are funny. The mens change room halls and lockers were tight, but clean. The spring itself was magical in the -36c weather. No it's not a cave, it's a pool, but the view (mountains and rising steam) made it seem better than just a big hot tub. Our hair was frosting up, but the water temperature was heavenly. Seems like a family friendly place, but some of the younger folk were getting very intimate. Overall great experience! Leave before close, seems like they ran out of hot water so taking a shower after could be ice cold.

  • Pretty nice, it's amazing to go into the winter time because your hot and cold but then you also get the beauty of snow on the mountains. Also - there is a dollar non refundable charge for the lockers. You can add it to your entry chrage and they give you a dollar, so you don't have to worry about needing cash. :)

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