These gorgeous undeveloped springs, located North of Whistler (just a little way past the Skookumchuck Hot Springs), are contained within a series of natural rock pools next to a river. There is a campsite nearby as well. Swimsuits are optional.
You can drive to the Sloquet Creek Hot Springs during the summer and fall (though the road is quite rough), but in early winter and spring, visitors need to hike in due to heavy snow. Be sure to bring all the supplies you’ll need. There is nowhere nearby to buy food and drink and no cell phone reception in the area.
You can find more information about these springs as well as directions for getting there on WhistlerHiatus.com’s Sloquet Hot Springs page.
*Conditions may have changed since the time of this writing.