How much snow did Radium Hot Springs get?

How much snow did Radium Hot Springs get?

Average Snowfall Range: 0 to 30.

Is Radium Hot Springs still closed?

The Radium Hot Springs pools are open.

Is Radium Hot Springs open in winter?

Radium Hot Springs pools are naturally-heated in a pool setting. Winter hours of the hot pool are Monday – Friday 11:30 a.m. – 9 p.m., and Saturday – Sunday 10:30 a.m. – 9 p.m. The cool pool is also open from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Fridays and 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

Is there smoke in Radium Hot Springs?

People living in the communities of Golden, Invermere and Radium Hot Springs may notice smoke in the air as a result of a wildfire burning on the edge of Banff National Park in Alberta.

Why is Fairmont hot springs closed?

Due to the ongoing threat posed by coronavirus (COVID19), we are closing the Fairmont pools to all public pool admission, in an effort to improve social distancing and lower risk. The pools will remain open for hotel and condominium guests.

What do you do with radium in the winter?


  1. Radium Hot Springs Pools.
  2. Kootenay National Park. Dog Lake and Cobb Lake offer beautiful snowshoe opportunities.
  3. Skiing. Downhill skiers will love the options of Panorama Mountain Resort and Fairmont Hot Springs Resort.
  4. Ice Fishing.
  5. Snowmobiling.
  6. Skating.
  7. Fat Biking.
  8. Lights Tour.

What is the air quality in Radium Hot Springs?

Fair The air quality is generally acceptable for most individuals.

Are there wildfires in Radium?

One of the latest is the 2.5-hectare Dunbar Creek Wildfire (N21336), located about 28 kilometres north of Radium. This fire is causing traffic interruptions along Highway 93/95 and motorists should expect disruptions as crews are working near the road.

Is Fairmont Hot Springs open for business?

The hotel is completely open. Pool Hours and Operations. Access to the hot springs pools are limited to registered overnight resort-area guests and members only, including guests at the condominiums.

What is Radium Springs known for?

Radium Springs is best known as the location of one of the “Seven Natural Wonders of Georgia”: the largest natural spring in the state. The deep blue waters of Radium Springs flow at 70,000 gallons (265,000 liters) per minute and empty into the Flint River. There is also an extensive underwater cavern system.