The hot springs were first visited by the Ktunaxa First Nations peoples who experienced the waters as a welcome respite after a long day of hunting, fishing, and gathering roots and berries in what is now known as the Kootenay region. The Ktunaxa First Nations peoples embraced the nupika wu’u, or hot mineral waters, for their healing and rejuvenating powers and Ainsworth Hot Springs has been welcoming guests since the 1930s.
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3609 Highway 31, PO Box 1268, Ainsworth, BC V0G 1A0
3609 Balfour-Kaslo-Galena Bay Highway Ainsworth British Columbia V0G 1A0 CA