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Copyright © 2019 by Glenn Woodsworth & David Woodsworth

About The Book & Where To Get It

The book Hot Springs of Western Canada, now in a brand new and completely updated 3rd edition, is a complete guide to Canada’s hot springs, all of which are in western Canada, and some hot 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 for all hot springs in western Canada and a few in Alaska and Washington.


Available from


Gordon Soules Book Publishers Ltd.

2372 Haywood Avenue

West Vancouver  BC

V7V 1X7


(604) 922-6588 or books@gordonsoules.com

 

Breaking News & Updates

April 8, 2018 - Snippaker Creek: A series of recent low-level winter overflights of the area revealed no sign of the springs. At last report they were apparently cooling and decreasing in volume; it’s possible that they’ve cooled enough to match the ambient ground water temperature

March 22, 2018 - Weewanie: Here are four pictures of Weewanie Hot Springs; full size versions are on the “North Coast” page, courtesy of Klaus Urbantke

March 15, 2018 - Shearwater: Klaus Urbantke also sent us a few pictures of Shearwater Hot Springs, which can be seen on the “North Coast” page

February 28, 2018 - Eucott Bay: Reader Klaus Urbantke recently shared several pictures of Eucott Bay springs with us, full size versions of which can be viewed on the “Central Coast” page

May 11, 2017 - Pebble Creek (Keyhole): According to a posting on the Recreation Sites and Trails BC Facebook page, the Pebble Creek Hot Springs trail is once again closed indefinitely, “due [ More ... ]

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

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