GPS: 50.035753, -115.597286
These isolated springs are situated peacefully on a hill at the base of a mountain. They provide stunning views of the verdant meadows below. Few places in the world are more magnificent than this.
The springs are a series of undeveloped rock pools located just off the forestry path.
Since there is little infrastructure here other than a slight trail and pools of water that have been modestly dug out and formed with rocks by hand, they are considered natural hot springs.
They have the feel of a warm spring. The water temperature was comparable to that of a bathtub, hot enough to soak in all day if desired. When visiting RamCreek, you will enjoy two springs. The upper springs have an average temperature of about 92 degrees, while the lower one has an average temperature of about 88 degrees.
Years before, the water was much warmer; a fault change and a landslide demolished and filled up the vast pools.
The water depth is currently a little shallower than waste deep. The water is just below my neck as I sit on your bottom. The ideal depth for lounging!
There are 2 routes to the springs
Route 1) From BC-93N/BC-95N, Turn Right on to Whiteswan Lake Forest Service Rd
Right on to Lussier River Forest Service Rd S
Right on White Ram Forest Service Rd (ram creek road)
Ram Creek Hot Springs is an 11Km lightly trafficked out and back trail from here.
The length of the hike depends on how far you’re willing to drive your vehicle on the final stretch of ‘road.’ The last 6 miles (10 kilometers) is more of a quad or ATV trail.
MAP for Lussier route
Route 2) From BC-93 N/BC-95N
turn on to PremierLake Rd
turn right on to Ram Creek Forest Service Rd
follow this till approx 50.037585, -115.610014
from here its a 3.1 kilometer lightly trafficked out and back trail
MAP for: Premier Lake Rd Route
Ram Creek Forest Service Road, which formerly ran across Ram Creek Ecological Reserve, has been decommissioned indefinitely.
Motorists should be aware that the Ram Creek Forest Service Road portion that formerly ran across the Ram Creek Ecological Reserve has been permanently deactivated and reclaimed for public protection. Due to significant debris torrent hazards to the geothermal site. All resource roads adjacent to Ram Creek Ecological Reserve remain open.
Featured photo @itsclarafuloutside
Also, check out Lussier Hot Springs while you’re up here
if you hit the ditch, snowbank or , running out of gas on this journey call Wrench Bender Towing Great rates and will come find you in the middle of the night.
Call Dennis @ (250) 349-5655
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