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Keyhole Hot Springs

Lillooet Forest Service Rd Upper, Pemberton, British Columbia V0N 2L0, Canada
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It's an adventure!

This is a very do-able adventure if you are prepared. We drove in a small Toyota Corolla, although... read more

Reviewed 5 March 2017
Michele K
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the pluses include fabulous views of snow covered mountains and the amazing snowscape will take... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2017
GinnyLG
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“dirt road” (2 reviews)
“signal” (2 reviews)
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Lillooet Forest Service Rd Upper, Pemberton, British Columbia V0N 2L0, Canada
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Reviewed March 5, 2017 via mobile

This is a very do-able adventure if you are prepared. We drove in a small Toyota Corolla, although I would advise taking a bigger car, we still made it to the hot springs just took a lot longer then expected. Drive slow on the dirt...More

18  Thank Michele K
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Reviewed February 13, 2017

the pluses include fabulous views of snow covered mountains and the amazing snowscape will take your breath away. I saw a majestic frozen waterfall. pretty rigorous for a first timer in snowshoeing. the minuses are the few sharp cliffs you will have to get up...More

6  Thank GinnyLG
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Reviewed June 23, 2016 via mobile

About 20 minutes in, we were face to face (10 feet) with 2 yearling bear cubs. After retreating and trying to continue with bear mace and noise makers we ran into a Grizzly mom and three cubs. We decided that was enough and headed back...never...More

24  Thank Smoke_eater604
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Reviewed March 22, 2016

A place with no cellphone and GPS signal.. follow your instinct and keep going! It will all be worth it. At first, looks like a never-ending off-road, make sure you bring a 4x4 truck. Snow shoes or spikes is recommended, some part of the hike...More

2  Thank Kaye V
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Reviewed November 10, 2015

Fabulous views from the new trail above along the white water Upper Lillooet River. In summer it’s an easy 1 mile 45 min hike with newly built stairs at the steeper sections. In deep winter it’ll take a lot longer. Snow shoes &/or crampons maybe...More

21  Thank Pemberton G
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Danica B
April 29, 2017|
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Response from cdnchar |
I've heard through a hiking group I'm in that they're closed indefinitely due to bear activity. Rumour has it a fence was being built and everything to keep people out. Definitely don't go. Find the whistlerquestion website... More
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March 5, 2017|
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Response from Michele K | Reviewed this property |
I just wrote a review, which you can read about the hot springs since we went last week in the snow. The actual hiking portion probably takes from 40-60min, depending on how fast you walk. We went fairly slow since there is... More
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