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Kootenay National Park

Another one of our national parks in British Columbia is nearby Kootenay National Park. Joining Yoho National Park with Banff National Park this trio makes up the UNESCO-designated Canadian Rockies. Located in the town of Radium, it is snuggled alongside the Alberta border.

It’s known for its abundance of hot springs including Radium Hot Springs where you can enjoy the hot pools in luxury and abundance of wildlife. A highlight of Kootenay National Park is Marble Canyon where you can hike through the narrow gorge.

Kootenay National Park

A land of ice and fire, Kootenay National Park is a place of contrasts, with valleys and canyons carved by glaciers and grasslands marked by fire. Take a scenic drive along its historic highway. Step out to experience ancient fossils and steamy hot springs.

Effective September 1, 2023: The fire ban for Redstreak Campground has been lifted due to a decrease in fire danger. Campfires are now allowed in all of Kootenay National Park in designated metal fire pits. Remember to keep your fire small, only use firewood provided by the park, and soak, stir, soak your fire before leaving.

Points of interest of Kootenay National Park

Spend some time in Kootenay National Park and experience a place rich in variety – from hiking glacier-clad peaks along the Continental Divide to finding cactus on the dry grassy slopes of the Columbia Valley. Take a break along the way and enjoy something new around every curve.

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