Hot springs are just like Mother Earth's spa. British Columbians obsessively seek out natural geothermally-heated and mineral-rich waters just so they can enjoy a relaxing hot soak. Natural hot springs beat a hot-tub any day—there's something magical about them that we just can't recreate.\nThere are plenty of well-known hot springs in the province where you can relax and soak in the warm, mineral-rich natural springs. Harrison Hot Springs Resort is the most popular place close to Vancouver for hot springs-seekers. Up north, the Liard Hot Springs might be the most beautiful in the province!\nDotted around BC, there are other hidden hot springs but they're so secluded and isolated that they're almost impossible to get to. The Pitt River Hot Springs don't seem that far away from Vancouver when you look at them on the map, but they're almost impossible to reach. For those brave enough for the adventure, they're treated to a scene that's straight out of a fantasy movie.\nView this post on Instagram About 50km north of Vancouver you can find this turquoise blue river. It’s freezing cold water originates in the coastal mountains and eventually flows out into the ocean. A short hike and a rope descend will bring you down to these hot springs right on its bank. You can jump the small barrier from hot to cold, just hold on to a rope so that the flow of the river doesn’t wash you away. There is no road from the city that leads here, so the only access is by jet boat or by helicopter. You could also hike in but that will take a few days. The lack of easy access makes this place incredibly quiet and peaceful. Do you think places like this should remain hidden or made available for everyone to enjoy? A post shared by Alexey - Wanderlust (@wanderlust) on Jun 13, 2018 at 8:25am PDT\nThese secluded hot springs have an incredible view of the turquoise blue Pitt River. It looks like an infinity pool carved into the rocks! You can basically put your hand in the cool, rushing river while chilling out in the natural hot tub. This surreal scene is almost like a dream sequence and it's totally worth the adventure it takes to arrive here.\nView this post on Instagram We were incredibly lucky yesterday to have such a beautiful sunny day in the middle of January ☀️ Perfect weather conditions for the helicopter flight to this remote natural hot springs pools at Pitt River. Photos don't do justice, this place is magical 🌟 @igorm13gun 🥂🍾 ..................................................................................... #pittriverhotsprings #january #bithday #birthdaytrip #helicopter #adventure #vancouver #travellocal #travel #explorebc #beautifulbc #travel #travelbc #weekend #hotsprings #bchelicopters #hellobc #discoverbc #travelbc #yvr #vancouvercanada #whatsupvancouver #dailyhivevan #dailyhivemapped #beadventurous #wonderful_places A post shared by Sasha M. (@sashamust) on Jan 14, 2019 at 11:01am PST\nGetting to these hot springs is no joke! The easiest way to do it is to fly in by helicopter. Librico Helicopters will take you and four of your friends there for $3000. Hardcore adventurers can get there by bike and boat but we don't recommend that if you're not totally experienced.\nView this post on Instagram True beauty does exist! You just have to venture through Coquitlam to get there 🥴 or take @libricohelicopters @running_bear_expeditions #bc #explorebc #canada #hotsprings #pittriver #pittriverhotsprings #river #adventure #sony #a7riii #sonya7riii A post shared by Julian Kenchenten (@juliankenchenten) on Apr 23, 2019 at 8:37am PDT\nFor more information on the Pitt River Hot Springs and how to get there, check out Travel British Columbia's website.