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2 Day Motorcycle Friendly Accommodation in Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia
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The Rocky Mountain Springs Lodge and Citadella Restaurant is situated well above Radium Hot Springs with the best view in town. They have panoramic view from every and each private balcony, even from the lower floor. Their Hungarian Restaurant is under the motel, with a huge patio, also with a magnificent view and the most delicious meals in an idyllic atmosphere. You can see the Rocky Mountains from everywhere in town, from all the motels, but it is not comparable to their view, just like you see it from an airplane or a bird's eye. They are located a 1,000 feet over town by the national park with all sorts of wildlife frequently walking by. A trail through the forest starts from their parking lot to the mineral hot springs.

Key information

  • Terrain: mostly paved
  • Bike: personal bike
  • Meals: breakfast


  • Radium Hot Springs pools located close by
  • Enjoy a scenic drive through the nearby Kootenay National Park
  • A lot of trails around in the area, maps are provided by the local info center
  • Enjoy a complimentary hot breakfast at the restaurant
  • Free and safe parking lot provided at the lodge
  • Pet friendly and family rooms available
  • 1 night accommodation


2 riding days in English
The organizer also speaks: Hungarian, Romanian
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The Rocky Mountain Springs Lodge has a million-dollar view. A vacation getaway, away from the highway traffic, their private no through road location, offers the perfect setting for you to relax and admire the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep and deer that frequently wander through the property.

During your stay, you may choose to stay in a bedroom with two queen beds or one with a queen bed and a leather hide-a-bed. All of the suites in the motel are air conditioned, and include a fridge, microwave, coffee maker with complimentary tea and coffee, kitchen table with chairs, 32-inch flat screen TVs with full cable, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, digital alarm clock in the bedroom, wireless internet throughout the property.

All motel rooms include a private balcony (furnished with table and chairs for your comfort), where you can enjoy beautiful sunsets of the Columbia Valley and the Canadian Rocky Mountains. All of the suites are furnished with queen beds, some with two queen beds separated by a wall, giving you some privacy. Some rooms with a queen bed in the bedroom and a leather hide-a-bed in the living room area for your extra companion. All of the motel rooms are exceptionally clean and roomy. The lodge can provide tea kettle, utensils, plates, etc. upon request. Pet friendly units are available.

There is a 45-minute hiking trail right from your doorstep to Canada’s biggest natural springs, the famous Radium Hot Springs mineral pools, or just a five-minute drive. The water is rich in minerals, it is good for joint pain, arthritis, and you can feel the difference after the first time.


The Rocky Mountain Springs Lodge is situated well above Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia, Canada. Radium Hot Springs is a village of approximately 800 people situated in the East Kootenay region of British Columbia. The village is named for the hot springs located in the nearby Kootenay National Park. Radium is located 16 kilometers north of the tourist town of Invermere, and 105 kilometers south of Golden, British Columbia.


  • Invermere, 16 kilometers
  • Golden, British Columbia, 105 kilometers



  • Hiking
  • Hot spring
  • Mountain walking
  • Spa


  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • Balcony
  • Restaurant
  • Smoke-free property
  • Pet friendly


  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Hair dryer
  • Tour assistance


Every morning, enjoy a complimentary home hot made breakfast in the lodge's cozy restaurant, filling enough to last you until suppertime, when you can come back for a delicious dinner at the Citadella restaurant. You never have to look for another restaurant when you stay with them. Also, you get 15% off of the menu prices if you stay with them.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

Radium Hot Springs

After a long day of enjoying the many activities that Radium has to offer, soak away your aches and pains in the 40°C (104°F) therapeutic, odorless mineral hot springs. It is located within the boundaries of Kootenay National Park, considered to be amongst the finest in the world. Unlike some hot springs, these waters are free of odorous sulphur.

Wildlife in the area includes mule deer, grizzly bears, black bears, mountain goats, and Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. Much of the province is wild or semi-wild, so that populations of many mammalian species that have become rare in much of the United States still flourish in British Columbia. Given its varied mountainous terrain and its coasts, lakes, rivers, and forests, British Columbia has long been enjoyed for pursuits like hiking and camping, rock climbing, and mountaineering.

Lake Windemere

Lake Windermere is a very popular vacationing spot, especially for residents of Calgary, which is a three-hour car drive to the Rocky Mountains, turn south on Highway 95 in Radium Hot Springs. Nestled in the scenic Columbia Valley with the Rocky Mountains to the east and the Purcell Mountains to the west, Lake Windermere is actually a very large widening in the Columbia River. It is one of the largest and warmest lakes in the region and has an average depth of only 4,50 meters.

Lake Windermere is very heavily used for motor-boating, sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, fishing and other recreational activities. On summer days, there are often up to 200 power boats on the lake at the same time! Art, heritage, charm, friendliness - these are Windermere words. Warm sunny days and crisp Rocky Mountain evenings. Ruffles on the lake and sunset on the Purcell Mountains.

Laze the day away under a maple tree at the Windermere Beach. Pack up a picnic and let the kids loose in the playground, shake out your towel and come for a dip - the Windermere Beach focuses on fun! Just a leisurely walk from the Town Center.

The region is popular with hikers and home to the Columbia River Wetlands, which is North America’s largest intact wetland and a designated site under the Ramsar Convention, an international treaty for the conservation and sustainable utilization of wetlands.

The Invermere Airport houses the non-profit Canadian Rockies Soaring Club which welcomes dozens of student pilots and private owners in the summer months and provides glider rides to the general public. The local area is also a popular destination for other non-motorized forms of flying including hang-gliding and paragliding with a launch site at nearby Mount Swansea.

Kootenay National Park

Kootenay National Park is located in southeastern British Columbia Canada, covering 1,406 km2 (543 sq mi) in the Canadian Rockies, and forms part of a World Heritage Site.

From glacier-clad peaks along the Continental Divide to semi-arid grasslands of the Rocky Mountain Trench, where cactus grows, Kootenay National Park is noted for its diversity of landscapes, ecology and climate. The 94 km Banff-Windermere Highway (93 South) takes you through the park along the Vermilion and Kootenay rivers and through the narrow gorge of Sinclair Canyon to the famous Radium Hot Springs. Many use the highway simply as a scenic route to reach the Windermere Valley, beyond the park’s southern boundary.

While the park is open all year, the major tourist season lasts from June to September. The park takes its name from the Kootenay River, one of the two major rivers which flow through the park, the other being the Vermillion River. The park’s main attractions include the Hot Springs, Olive Lake, Marble Canyon, Sinclair Canyon and the Paint Pots. The hot springs offer a hot springs pool ranging from 35°C to 47°C (95°F to 117 °F). Because of the relatively small width of the park (five miles on each side of the highway), many of the park’s attractions are situated near the road and are wheelchair accessible.

Kootenay National Park of Canada offers opportunities to experience the Rocky Mountains, learn about their natural and cultural heritage, and connect with nature.

What's included

  • 1 night accommodation
  • Safe parking lot
  • Hot breakfast

What's not included

  • 5%GST, 8%PST, and 2% municipal tax

How to get there

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Driving directions from Radium Hot Springs

  • In Radium Hot Springs, turn uphill at the Radium Woodcarver (you cannot miss it)
  • Go up the hill, Rocky Mountain Lodge & the Citadella Restaurant are located just behind the Chalet Motel

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 100% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
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