May 19, 2016

Relax and Unwind at the Miette Hot Springs

There are few better ways to unwind after a solid day of adventuring in Jasper National Park than by enjoying some well-earned R&R time at the Miette Hot Springs!

At up to 54 degrees Celsius in temperature, these naturally occurring springs are the hottest in the Mountain National Parks. To make them safe for explorers to enjoy, the water is collected, chlorinated and filtered, and cooled to 40 degrees before being poured into the pools at the end of Miette Road in the Fiddle Valley.

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Located about an hour east of Jasper off of Highway 16, you can make visiting the hot springs part of a full day adventure. Explore the interpretive trail around a historic mine site and visit the original pools down at the source of the springs along Sulphur Creek. If you’re feeling up for a more challenging adventure, hike the popular Sulphur Skyline trail and be rewarded with some truly spectacular views.

When you’re ready to relax, choose between four different temperature pools to soak in located amongst tranquil towering peaks and free roaming wildlife.

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Need some fuel for your trek back to town? The Fiddle Valley Café has you covered. Located right in the main building of the hot springs, you’ll be able to enjoy a freshly prepared meal to stay or go.

Miette Hot Springs opens for the season on May 5th, 2017! Enjoy this natural luxury from 10:30 am to 9 pm until June 16, 9 am to 11 pm from June 17 to September 5, and then from 10:30 am to 9 pm until the last day of the season on October 10.

Single admission is $6.05 for adults and $5.15 for kids and seniors. Group rates, as well as day and season passes are also available. Need a swimsuit or towel? Both are available to rent on site for less than $2 each.

Whether it’s the awe-inspiring surroundings of the hot springs or the scenic drive along the wild Fiddle valley, Miette Hot Springs is a unique experience amongst the real Rockies!

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