“quaint and undeveloped hot spring”
Lussier Hot Springs is a quaint and undeveloped hot spring just inside Whiteswan Lake Provincial Park in British Columbia, a province of Canada. The springs themselves are made up of several rock pools with gravel bottoms. The hottest pool is up to 43C, and then the water cools as it flows down through the rest towards the Lussier River. The small, icy river makes an excellent cold plunge.
Very long drive on a dirt road, after 7 miles the road goes next to a steep canyon. Scary
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