Swimming holes and summer sun? There's never been a better combination. If you've been itching to discover a gorgeous new swimming hole in B.C., we've found you the Holy Grail. Silver Spring Lakes is so phenomenal that it needs to be at the top of your summer bucket list this year and every year.\nSilver Spring Lakes is a set of three small lakes surrounded by spectacular canyons and cliffs.\nEditor's Choice: Trump Spokesperson Says He's "Not Sure Why You'd Want To Go To Canada" On Live TV\nThe hot-spot is right next to the lovely little town of Fernie, B.C. The town is absolutely booming with natural attractions.\nIt's a ten-hour drive from downtown Vancouver, so you might as well rent a cute place in town for the weekend and explore to your heart's extent.\nIt's a much shorter drive for Albertans — it only takes a little over three hours from downtown Calgary. You can go ahead and mark it down as an essential summer day trip.\nThe first lake's trailhead is just about 20 minutes away from Fernie. You'll need to drive down south towards the town of Elko.\nSix kilometres past the Elk River Bridge, you'll find the trail's parking lot. Clearly-marked signs will direct you to the left of the parking lot where you'll soon come upon the cliffs.\nThe distance between the trailhead and the first of the three lakes is 500 meters. Fernie's tourism department said that it should take you twenty minutes to complete.\nView this post on Instagram I hike just for the views 🌲 A post shared by Adriana Meyers (@adrimeyers5) on Jun 26, 2020 at 6:16pm PDT\nTheir tourism site also mentions that Silver Springs is a notable destination for cliff-jumping. But note that it's at your own risk and that you should take all necessary safety precautions beforehand.\nYou can also go around the cliff and dip in the cool turquoise waters the old-fashioned way. It's going to be epic either way.\nThe water is spring-fed from the mountains. This means that it's super fresh and ideal for fishing if you're into that. The colours speak for themselves and will truly blow your mind.\nView this post on Instagram #feelingfree 💙🏔 A post shared by Marie-Eve Gualtieri |🌬 (@marieevegualtieri) on Jun 6, 2019 at 12:41pm PDT\nIt can also be a cold rush from time to time, so keep that in mind before you jump in.\nThe first lake is quite popular among swimmers, so you might want to head to the second and third lakes for peace and quiet.\nThe entire trail is rated as an easy-moderate hike; its total length is about 3.7 kilometres. Considering you get to feast your eyes on three amazing sparkling-blue lakes, it really isn't much of a trek.\nView this post on Instagram @meags_128 when’re you coming to visit me A post shared by shelby mcgillivray (@shelbymcgillivrayy) on Aug 5, 2019 at 8:17pm PDT\nWhether you're a fan of turquoise waters (who isn't) or you love cooling off at secret swimming holes in the summers, this lake's got something in it for you.\nSilver Spring Lakes\nAddress: Fernie, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: Take a dip in three surreal mountain swimming holes that are just cool enough for a summer day. \n View this post on Instagram Wishing for summer, on these grey -12C days ❄️ A post shared by Brooke | Wellness Coach (@empower_withbrooke) on Mar 13, 2020 at 5:09pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.