Hlgu Isgwit /
Just west of the Gitwinksihlkw, a short boardwalk leads to Hlgu Isgwit Hot Springs, known traditionally as the dwelling place of Sbi Nax̱nok, a supernatural being whose presence is detected by the smell of sulfur. Nisg̱a’a have used the Hlgu Isgwit Hot Springs for ceremonial, medicinal, and spiritual purposes for untold generations. Today, visitors are welcome to use the changerooms, then bask in two large cedar tubs. This is a culturally significant heritage site. Enjoy it with care and respect.
Hours of Operations: Mondays to Fridays; 9 am to 5 pm. Closed on weekends.
Admissions: Nisg̱a’a Citizens – no charge; Children – $5; Adults & Youth – $8; Families of Four – $20. Cash is not accepted, only debit or credit card payments.
Visitors – please book in advance by calling
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