Tsek Hot Springs

Surrounded by pristine mountains and wilderness near Whistler and Pemberton British Columbia, Canada.
Soak in one of our 10 tubs, explore our many hikes or
discover the historic and spiritual history of the Tsek and Lillooet River.
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Latest Articles

Vegetable Garden at Tsek

By | July 23rd, 2015|Categories: General, News|

We did a lot of planting around Tsek this season. In addition to continuing with the re-vegetation of medicine and native plants within the Tsek footprint, we also planted hundreds of baby cedar and fir trees. Unfortunately, [...]

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Activities & Improvements At Tsek

By | July 20th, 2015|Categories: General, News|

Improvements are afoot at Tsek Hot Springs (also know as Skookumchuck Hot Springs and St. Agnes Well). Indigenous people are using the springs for spiritual, cultural and heritage purposes more and more, many improvements have been completed [...]

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Indigenous Art In The Wilderness

By | May 22nd, 2015|Categories: General, News|

A local Indigenous artist from one of the In-SHUCK-ch Nation communities will set up shop at the Tsek Hot Springs every weekend to teach interested visitors how to create Indigenous art, such as dream-catchers, drums, [...]

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Road Conditions

Spring is springing – hot springing!   In-SHUCK-ch Forest Service road is in good condition. Remember that it is a resource road and you may encounter industrial traffic. Take your time so that you can enjoy the scenery from the safety of the road surface.  Before traveling, we encourage you to check the current road conditions to ensure a safe trip.  Check conditions on Hwy 99 at DriveBC or for the Forest Service Road check out the Facebook Group: In-shuck-ch Road updates . k’ukwstum ‘ckál’ap
current road conditions to the hot springs


Having never been to a non-commercial hot springs, I had a wonderful experience at Tsek Hot Springs in August. I appreciated getting closer to nature with few conveniences and enjoying the soothing hot mineral water coming from the earth. The somewhat remote location of Tsek was a good wakeup for me to realize simple and genuine are so much better than the unnecessary trappings we often seek but don’t need. I hope to visit again, soon.
Helen, Surrey BC
This is a fantastic place to come. It’s a wonderful place for family, we love being in touch with the indigenous heritage, and just enjoying everything about it. I feel that it’s a very healing place and it has that to offer over and above everything else and when we leave here we take that healing with us into the world. That’s the best part.
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Tsek History

Nsvq’tsmc or nkúkwtsa (n-kook-shta), the down-river St’át’imc (stat-lee-um) people, have lived on this land, tmícwa (t-me-qw), since time before memory. In the heart of the St’át’imc people tmícwa is a place called Tsek.

Over the course of time, and its history of occupation, Tsek Hot Springs has also been referred to as Skookumchuck Hot Springs and St. Agnes’ Well Hot Springs. Today, Tsek Hot Springs is open year-round with 10 modestly developed hot spring tubs and a 36-site campground located between the hot springs and the Lillooet River.
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