Riverside Golf Resort at Fairmont

Address: PO Box 993, Fairmont Hot Springs, British Columbia, V0B 1L0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on PO Box 993, Fairmont Hot Springs.
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    Travel Blogs from Fairmont Hot Springs

    West Glacier, MT to Radium Hot Springs, BC

    A travel blog entry by evbrucesandy on Jul 27, 2014

    14 photos

    ... common for them to come down from the mountains and roam around town. I will not leave the motorhome again without my camera. I'll be on the look-out for more wildlife while we are here.

    We are here in Radium Hot Springs for 4 nights so we are bound to see something.

    Hope everyone is well. We are still enjoying ourselves tremendously. Love to you all and have a great week.

    Dreams come true

    A travel blog entry by redrox on Jul 19, 2013

    5 photos

    ... in for a full week. We have a kitchen to prepare a few meals along with a nice list of local eateries.
    We used our first day to explore the grounds and get oriented. The pools looked very inviting. Lots of families with children, and if license plates are an indication, 90% are from Canada and most of them are from Alberta. We took a ride up to nearby Invermere to do some shopping. Groceries there were about 20% less than at ...

    Rain, wolves, natural hot springs and new friends

    A travel blog entry by andrewandbecci on Jun 07, 2012

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... pulled up there were a few cars. The springs them self were located down a dirt path at the bottom of a hill along side the Lussier river. Unfortunately due to the high rain fall the river had covered up two of the pools so only the top one was free and already had a few people in. The people were chatting and seemed pretty friendly so we donned the swim suits and in we jumped. The water was pretty warm but had cooled down a little from the high flowing ...

    The adventure begins!

    A travel blog entry by thesairs on May 19, 2011

    6 photos

    ... checked and were sent on our way. That is all except the Bell coach.

    They were last seen standing outside their coach while the customs employees entered. We did stop at a rest area 'down the road' but quickly had to leave as the four coaches there didn't fit and the truckers weren't terribly happy with us. We had made 'prior' arrangements to meet in a rest area indicated on the British Columbia map outside of the town of Creston. ...

    Bring on Snowmobiling

    A travel blog entry by lokandmon on Feb 14, 2011

    ... On the way down to the base the guide stopped in the middle of mountain saying that there was a frozen waterfall up off to the side of the tree line. Hiking up was a stuggling not only from the angle of the hill but from the extremely deep fresh powder. So beautiful and as we climbed up next to the frozen waterfall we could actually hear a trickle still running. The best part of the trek was coming down - most did bat like jumps off the edge into ...