Free Hotsprings Above Harrison lake Hot springs

I just heard about a free natural hotsprings located off some logging road in the backcountry. It seems like they are fairly well used by locals. Anybody have any pics they could email me or stories to tell about these free hot springs…or even the Harrison Hot Springs? Here is the approximate location of the […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On March 4, 2010
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I just heard about a free natural hotsprings located off some logging road in the backcountry. It seems like they are fairly well used by locals.

Anybody have any pics they could email me or stories to tell about these free hot springs…or even the Harrison Hot Springs? Here is the approximate location of the Hot Springs:


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2 Comments

  1. Matt Turpin

    I am planning on a back country hike/camping for about 4 days. Now I am no amateur when it comes to camping and hiking, but it has been awhile. My 3 year old son passed away in May. I have kept had the same zest for life, but when your in the wilderness you have no choice but to find away to figure things out, or get grounded.
    So I have decided to go on a almost 5 day retreat into the woods. Now I have no vehicle, but I can get to Harringson Hot Springs. I have looked on maps and I see it’s surrounded by woods. I have also heard about the back country hot springs. If anyone has suggestions on where to go anywhere in that general area. That I can get to by Greyhound please let me know. Thanks Guys!

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  2. James

    Hello Matt, did you ever get out there to the hotsprings? I am asking because I’m thinking of going out there myself for a few days. I do realize that this was posted 5 years ago but I was curious if you ever made it out to that area. Last summer I hiked up Slolicum Peak, an awesome view! And want to get back there as soon as snow is all gone. Please see clubtread.com.

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