Miette Hot Springs

Miette Hot Springs, located in Alberta’s Jasper National Park, feature the hottest hot springs in the Canadian Rockies.  Whether it is the quiet peaceful panorama surrounding the hot springs or the scenic drive along the wild Fiddle valley, Miette Hot Springs is a unique experience that will keep you coming back year after year.

Hours of operation

CLOSED

  • Seasonal Closure

    Miette Hot Springs will close for the season on October 10, 2023, and will reopen in May 2024.

Hours

Pricing

Advance and online tickets are not available. Admission can only be purchased in person at reception.

Locker Token Included with entry, except for annual passes.

 GST is included in the price.

Family*

Available in the following combination of four family members (maximum 2 people aged 18 or older)  

  • two adults and two youths 
  • one adult and three youths 
  • two seniors and two youths 
  • one senior, one adult, and two youths 
  • four youths (siblings)

Youth under the age of 7 must be accompanied by someone 12 or older.

Multi-entry passes**

Annual passes, books of ten, and punch cards: 

  • Do not provide expedited entry.
  • If the facility is at capacity, the pass holder is required to wait prior to entering.
  • Partially used passes are non-refundable.

Punch cards: 

  • Not transferable between users. 
  • Redeemable at any Canadian Rockies Hot Springs facility within its period of validity.

Accessibility

Our team strives to provide an accessible and inclusive experience for all visitors within the limitations of our building. If you require assistance during your visit, please ask a staff member.

Amenities

Miette Hot Springs hot and cold pools.

Hot and cold pools

Cycle between Miette Hot Springs’ multiple hot pools and cold plunge pools to find your favorite temperature and view of the Miette Range.

Men’s and women’s change rooms are located on the pool level of the facility. Change rooms offer washrooms, showers, private change stalls, and one-time-use lockers.
Food near Miette Hot Springs

Food

Snacks and bottled non-alcoholic beverages are available through on-site vending machines.

There is currently no café at Miette Hot Springs.

Food establishments can be found in the towns of Jasper and Hinton, and the nearby Miette Resort.

A picnic area is located near the Source of the Springs trailhead.

Current conditions

Water flow

100% natural mineral water is flowing at Miette Hot Springs.

Learn more about the mineral water

Weather

Water temperature

Miette Hot Springs has 2 hot pools, with water temperatures of 40- degrees Celsius or 104 Fahrenheit, and 37- degrees Celsius or 98 Fahrenheit. 

There are also 2 cold plunge pools at Miette Hot Springs, with water temperatures of 20- degrees Celsius or 68 Fahrenheit, and 10- degrees Celsius or 50 Fahrenheit. 

Directions

Miette Hot Spring is located in Jasper National Park.  A national park pass (day pass or a Parks Canada Discovery Pass) is required to visit the Hot Springs facilities, and anytime visitors stop to use amenities and services within a national park.

Miette Rd Jasper, Miette Hotsprings, AB

Driving

Miette Hot Springs is located 61km east of Jasper.   The 17 km Miette Road is narrow, winding, and scenic. 

Accessible parking is located immediately behind the Miette Hot Springs building.

Designated parking for buses is located in the Miette Hot Springs primary parking lot. 

Vehicle size restrictions

Trailers and large motorhomes (maximum length 7.5 meters/25 feet) are not permitted past Miette campground. A trailer drop-off area is available at the Lower Miette Mine Trail Parking lot.

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Public transit

There is no public transit to Miette Hot Springs.

Things to do

Take a stroll to Miette Hot Springs’ source along the gentle Source of the Springs trail and learn how hot springs are formed or challenge yourself on the 8 km (return) and 700 m elevation gain of the Sulphur Skyline trail

Whether you are visiting for a full day hike, or just an afternoon stroll, Miette Hot Springs is a great spot to have a relaxing soak. More Information