XWA Hot Springs
At Home in the Wilderness
XWA Hot Springs is located on Sentinel Mountain, between the Anzac and Table River Watersheds. It includes 2 rustic cabins set at a natural undeveloped hot springs, in an unspoiled remote wilderness location. This is no drive-up hot springs, we are a day’s journey into the bush, far from civilization and well off the grid.
Natural Undeveloped Hot Springs
XWA provides all inclusive remote wilderness tours both summer and winter. But, what makes us unique is the natural hot springs and the privacy of it’s remote location. We think you will find the experience unique and unspoiled. Mineral-rich and naturally heated, the waters of XWA Hot Springs can increase metabolism, accelerate healing, soothe muscles, improve blood circulation and detoxify the body’s lymphatic system. Soaking in the hot springs’ allows minerals to pass through your skin and be absorbed and utilized by body cells. This can fight the effects and symptoms of fatigue, insomnia, edema, poor micro-circulation, repressed immune system and even arthritis.
Four Season Wilderness Tours
Remote wilderness adventure tours give people a chance to get away from all the hustle and bustle of their daily lives and see some of nature’s untamed wonders in their own habitat. Moose, Grizzly, Black Bear, Lynx, Wolves, Trumpeter Swans, and Bald Eagles are just a few of the animals that can usually be seen and photographed throughout this area. If you like to fish, record Dolly Varden (Bull Trout), Arctic Char, Rainbow Trout and Fresh Water Ling Cod can all be found in the crystal clear lakes and streams.
Summer tours may include ATV tours, fishing, bike riding, hiking, wildlife viewing, and sightseeing.
Winter tours may include snowmobiling, snowshoeing, ice fishing, wildlife viewing and sight seeing.
At the end of the tour, you will be at a natural hot springs where you can kick back and enjoy the peace and quiet, and afterwards, try some of the activities offered, depending on the time of year. Do as little or as much as you want. It’s totally up to you.
Our goal is to emphasize the wholeness and vigour of the natural environment while keeping accommodations basic to keep our carbon footprint to a minimum. We will eventually supply our own electricity using solar and wind power. We utilize existing forest service roads and old logging roads that are no longer maintained, as well as trap line trails that have been in the area since the early 30s. These roads and trails follow along the river valleys and streams with spectacular viewing areas of the Rocky Mountains.