In most provinces, winter is a time for hibernation and indoor activities. In B.C., though, there are outdoor activities for every season. Canada's west has tons of natural hot springs to warm up in when it's chilly outside. There are even hot spring cabins to rent in B.C. where you can relax in your own private pool in the fresh mountain air.

The Kootenay Hot Spring Cabins on Arrow Lake come with a special amenity that's too good to pass up. Each cabin has its own private steaming hot spring tub overlooking the lake.

The tub is constantly filled with "fresh, natural and mineral-rich" hot spring water, says the description. "The water comes into the tubs with a naturally occurring typical temperature of 104° F/40° C."

The four-bed chalets are cozy, spacious and equipped with modern appliances. It's got everything you need and can comfortably sleep up to five guests, an ideal getaway for you and your closest friends.

Plus, there are so many things to do nearby. The cabins are a five-minute walk to the Halcyon Hot Springs resort, where you can spend a day relaxing in the heated pools and world-class spa.

People from all over the world come to Halcyon Hot Springs, not only for the healing waters of the mineral pools but also for the majestic views of the Monashee Mountains and Upper Arrow Lake. 

There are so many hot springs to visit in B.C., and this one is among the most popular. It's also home to the largest hot spring in Canada, which is a must for your winter bucket list. 

Kootenay Hot Spring Cabins

Price Per Night:  $189 - $229 for the first two guests. 
Additional guests $20.00 per night. 

Address Or Neighbourhood: Burnham Road, Nakusp, B.C.

Why You Need To Go: Relax in your own private hot spring tub outside a cozy, spacious chalet overlooking a lake.

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