Getting to Radium Hot Springs
Highway 93 South (also called the Banff-Windermere Highway) runs 94 km through the centre of the park. It is the only major route and can be accessed from Banff National Park to the east and Radium Hot Springs to the west. Vehicle rentals are available in Cranbrook, B.C. as well as in Banff, Alberta.
There are 3 major highway that leads to Radium Hot Springs; Hwy 93S from Castle junction (Banff or Lake Louise) and Hwy 95 – south direction from Golden and north direction from Cranbrook.
Both Vancouver and Calgary have bus service to the nearby towns of Golden, B.C. and Banff, AB. Contact Rider Express for details. There is no public transportation in Kootenay National Park. Most people travel in a personal vehicle inside the park.
For local transit system, please check bctransit.com to get a connecting or route from nearby city to any local destinations.
For travellers flying to Canada. Calgary is the most convenient international airport. There are some Airport shuttles runs to Lake Louise and Banff. For Vancouver airport that is 800 kms from our place, please then follow “By Bus” or “By Car” direction.
Cranbrook Connections may be made to Cranbrook. It is a continental international airport, 145 km south of Radium Hot Springs, B.C. Travellers can fly from USA or any Canada domestics.
There is no train service in this area