St. Agnes Well (Skookumchuck) Hot Springs (Hot Springs)


Skookumchuck Hot Springs (also called St. Alice's Well or Lillooet Hot Springs) are undeveloped hot springs located on a private property, but are accessible to the public by permission from the owners and for a nominal fee. The hot water from the springs (54°C / 130°F) is mixed with the cold water from the river and poured into a tub made out of a large fiber glass water tank. The tub can hold up to 6 people and it is possible to adjust the water temperature by controlling the flow of the cold water. Camping is possible by donation ($10 minimum is recommended).



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Take highway 99 north to Pemberton and to Mount Curie. From Mount Curie continue on highway 99 for about 10 km (you will see Lillooet Lake on your right). 10 km from Mount Curie you will come to a junction: turn right onto In-SHUK-ch FSR (the left turn is Duffy Lake Rd). Continue driving along the Lollooet Lake for about 31 km. You will come to another junction – stay left and the road becomes Pemberton Douglas FSR (the road to the right crosses the Lillooet Lake). Continue driving for about 14.5 km more. Cross the bridge over Rogers Creek. In about 3.4 km from the Rogers Creek you should see B.C. Hydro tower #682 - turn right onto a narrow dirt road which leads to a campground. This road can be slippery and impassable so hiking may be required. The hot springs are at the end of this road.


  • $5.00
  • Camping fee: by donation (min $10 recommended).
  • Get permission from the property owners before use.

Operation Dates

Open year round.

User Reviews

Road sucks

Submitted by Guest on December 3, 2012

I really love this place.

Thanks Robin, Steve, all the people who made this happen, thank-you.


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