We had a great time in the hot springs... nice and relaxing! Wanted a beer after the nice swim but restaurant was closed!
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the hot springs are a truly relaxing experience and the pools are well maintained. One pool area for adults and kids to enjoy and a very convenient door which allows you to cross over to another pool area where the hot spring water is much...More
A nice place to relax and warm up after trekking around the near-by wildlife reserve. There is a cafe attached to the main building - which I didn't know about until arrival. (Not sure if that's on the website?) Clean change rooms, a little worn...More
I love the Takhini Hot Springs because their is no roof and no limits to the fun you will have there. Go camping and the in the morning go to the Hot Springs and then go for a relaxing hike into the bush. A beautiful...More
The hot springs were relaxing and the staff was very friendly. You can rent flip flops (brought my own though) and towels for a small fee. Towels were 2 for $5.00 and I think flip flops were $2.00 a pair. There is also a cafe...More
Your basic hot spring bath, reminiscent of the Blue Lagoon in Iceland but not as picturesque (or as expensive).
When we arrived there were no more locks, so we hung our gear and took the plunge. There are two large pools, and we chose the one with warmer water. It was packed with adults and screaming children making for a less than relaxing experience....More
Great place to rest and relax in the beautifully warm pools after a day of snowmobiling. It is definitely a unique and memorable experience bath with subzero temperature outside. Well worth a visit.
Traveling to the Yukon in mid January, I was not too sure about this. Who strips off their layers in -21F, puts on a bathing suit and goes outside thinking that this is a great idea? I was wrong. It was amazing. Such a great...More