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101 Mountain Ave
Banff, AB  T0E 1E0

(403) 762-1515

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TheProfessor January 31, 2012
spent a lot of time here

back in the day when i lived in Calgary - love the hot springs and the location (views)

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May 04, 2011

Even before their "discovery" in 1884, the hot springs at the foot of Sulphur Mountain were considered sacred (and darn comfortable) by natives. Its sulfur-scented waters get as hot as 116 degrees coming out of the bedrock, but the spring-fed outdoor pool at the spa is kept at a milder 104 and 105 degrees. The Banff Upper Hot Springs, as they're officially known, now features a spa, large... more

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September 21, 2008

The sulfur pool of hot springwater can be soothing, invigorating, or both. The hot-spring water is especially inviting on a dull, cold day. Lockers, bathing suits (circa 1920s or modern), and towels can be rented, and spa services are available.

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February 25, 2013

Just a brief drive south of town, these thermal springs draw bathers year-round to their warm, soothing waters. The complex, which was renovated in 1996, has attracted visitors since the 1880s and now boasts modern facilities, including a large outdoor pool, a wading pool, and an indoor spa. Several shops and a cafe are available as well. If you're ambitious, you can hike from town to the site... more

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May 17, 2011

These mountainside, steaming sulfur pools are a soothing tradition for locals and visitors as they soak away their skiing and hiking aches. Especially inviting in winter and on cold rainy days, the pools are open year round. You can rent lockers, bathing suits and towels if you are unprepared and there's a cafe for refreshments if you get lightheaded from all the steam. And for a touch of extra... more

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