Highways 93 and 95. 130 km (81 miles) north of Cranbrook; 174 km (108 miles) south of Banff. A $2.4 million airstrip is located adjacent to Fairmont Hot Springs Resort featuring a parking area capable of accommodating two Boeing 737 jets and up to 60 small aircraft at one time. Built to B-737 specifications, the facility handles a variety of chartered aircraft. Visitor Information: 5225 Fairmont Resort Road, Fairmont Hot Springs, BC V0B 1L1; Phone: (800) 663-4979 or (250) 345-6311; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Website: www.fairmonthotsprings.com.
Fairmont Hot Springs offers a world-class resort experience in the Columbia River Valley of southeast BC’s great Canadian Rockies, where the moderate four-season climate is a major attraction. Fairmont is Canada’s largest all natural hot mineral spring water pool complex, where visitors can luxuriate in the comfort of the Natural Springs Spa. While relaxing in the deluxe accommodations of the comfortable 4 1/2 star Lodge, golfers will enjoy the two challenging 18-hole championship golf courses complete with Pro Shops, family restaurants and fine dining rooms, as well as the new 9-hole, Par 3 Fairmont "Creekside" golf course.
Several excellent restaurants and lounges include the popular Tuscano’s Market, the Mountain Flowers Dining Room and the Bear Paw Lounge. The 311-unit RV Park is the highest rated in the Canadian Rockies and is located close to the hot pool complex. The family ski area boasts an impressive cedar ski chalet and a fully stocked ski/snowboard and accessories rental shop. A wide variety of additional recreational pursuits include self-interpretive hiking trails, horseback riding, tennis, volleyball and much more. Fairmont’s Conference Centre is a popular choice for gatherings and meetings of up to 300 people.