Welcome to the Fairmont Community Association!

Fairmont Hot Springs is an unincorporated resort community located in south-eastern British Columbia, Canada commonly referred to as Fairmont.

The community has a population of 476, but receives frequent tourists from Alberta, Saskatchewan, and beyond.

The local Fairmont Hot Springs Resort is centred around a soak pool and swimming pool fed by natural mineral hot springs, billing them as “Canada’s largest natural mineral hot springs”.

The original springs building, surrounded by hot spring water seeping out of the ground, still stands.

The community contains three golf courses: Mountainside and Riverside are 18-hole courses, while Creekside is a family-oriented 9-hole par 3.

In the winter, the area is also home to a small downhill ski area, with three lifts (one double chair and two surface lifts), 13 runs and a tube park, as well as numerous cross-country trails.

Be sure to skate the world-famous White Way, Guinness Book of Records longest skating path in the world, accessed in nearby Windermere and Invermere.

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