Meager Creek Hot Springs

Pemberton, British Columbia

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Includes: Singing Pass via the "Musical Bumps." A Shangri-La of soaking pools, near a remote road in the Coast Mountains. Swimwear seems the norm. Although the threat of landslides will always plague this fragile area, the water contamination problem has been solved. Meager Creek Hot Springs has been reopened on a limited basis as a day use only recreation site. The campground is now gone, but the Forest Service plans to build a new one down on Meager Creek Road. Also gone are the two cedar pools that were contaminated. They were replaced in 1999 by a single large pool built Japanese-style and lined with rocks. It measures a good 20 ft/6 m across. You might also find several rocklined, seasonal pools at the edge of the creek. An age-old forest spreads a green canopy above, and ferns border the causeways that were built to help protect the delicate ecosystem around the springs.

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"Includes: Singing Pass via the "Musical Bumps." A Shangri-La of soaking pools, near a remote road in the Coast Mountains. Swimwear seems the norm. Although the threat of landslides will always plague this fragile area, the water contamination problem has been solved. Meager Creek Hot Springs has been reopened on a limited basis as a day use only recreation site. The campground is now gone, but the Forest Service plans to build a new one down on Meager Creek Road.

Also gone are the two cedar pools that were contaminated. They were replaced in 1999 by a single large pool built Japanese-style and lined with rocks. It measures a good 20 ft/6 m across. You might also find several rocklined, seasonal pools at the edge of the creek. An age-old forest spreads a green canopy above, and ferns border the causeways that were built to help protect the delicate ecosystem around the springs."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Pemberton
Distance: 13
Elevation Gain: 1,640 feet
Trail Type: Shuttle
Features: Hot Springs
Local Contacts: BC Forests, Squamish Forest District, BC Parks, Garibaldi/Sunshine Coast District.
Local Maps: Squamish Forest District.
Driving Directions: Directions to Meager Creek Hot Springs

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6/26/2006
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Large boulders block the road to the springs. I was too unsure to travel by foot so I did not and turned back.



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May 2018