Caving in British Columbia
     
Hot Springs Cove
Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
26 miles up the coast from Tofino at Macquinna Provincial Marine Park. Accessible only by boat or float plane, the hot springs are a favorite destination for travelers, sea kayakers and whale watchers.

Fairmont Hot Springs
Windermere Valley, BC, Canada
situated just 2 hours west of Banff
Odorless hot springs are composed of dissolved minerals with an average
temperature of 103 F or 40 C.

Radium Hot Springs
BC, Canada
Three hour drive from Calgary, Alberta, beside Kootenay National Park
www.rhs.bc.ca

Harrison Hot Springs
Fraser Valley, BC, Canada
Harrison is located 1.5 hours east of in the Fraser Valley at the south
end of Harrision Lake

Ram Creek Hot Springs
Cranbrook (north of)
BC, Canada
Directions:From Cranbrook, take Highway 93/95 to Skookumchuck. Turn right just past town on Premier Lake Road and go left in about 15 minutes. Turn right shortly afterwards and cross the Lussier River bridge

Lussier Hot Springs
Whiteswan Lake Provincial Park
BC, Canada
Directions: Take Highway 93/95 north from Cranbrook to Whiteswan Lake Road, located about nineteen miles past Skookumchuck (the turnoff to Ram Creek Hot Springs) and five minutes south of Canal Flats.

Vancouver Island Caving
Vancouver Island
BC, Canada
Vancouver Island has over 1000 caves

Horne Lake Caves
Horne Lake Provincial Park
Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
16 kilometers west of Qualicum Beach
three of the caves are easily accessible for self-guided tours

Cowichan Lake Caves
Cowichan Valley
Vancouver Island
BC, Canada

Gargantua Cave
Andy Good
BC, Canada

Q5
Vancouver
BC, Canada

Glory Hole
BC, Canada

  Arctomys Cave
Mount Robson Provincial Park
Nearest Major Town/City: Valemount
PO Box 2045, 4051 -18th Ave.
Prince George, BC, Canada
V2N 2J6, 250-565-6340 Fax: 250-565-6940 Bordered on the east by the Continental Divide and Alberta's Jasper National Park, Mount Robson Provincial Park is located 375 km northeast of Kamloops. The Yellowhead Route (Highways 5 and 16) provides easy access to the park from Jasper and Edmonton to the east, from Prince George and Prince Rupert to the west, and from Kamloops and Vancouver to the south. deepest cave north of Mexico at 536m (3495 m length) 20km backpack to reach the entrance

Nakimu Caves
Glacier National Park
Kamloops, BC, Canada

Thanksgiving Cave
Vancouver, BC, Canada

Windy Link Pot
Vancouver, BC
Canada

Yorkshire Pot - Mendips Cave
Andy Good, BC
Canada

Artlish Caves
Artlish Caves Provincial Park
BC, Canada
Location: Northern Vancouver Island Northwest of Zeballos
Although there may be potential for caving in the future, the area is
sensitive and use is not presently recommended

Weymer Creek Caves
Weymer Creek Provincial Park
BC, Canada
Although there may be a potential for caving in the future, the area is
sensitive and use is not presently recommended.

Homesite Creek Caves
BC, Canada
How to get there:
Drive towards Halfmoon Bay. Before Marcer Road, there is a gravel road. here should be a sign indicating Homesite Creek Caves but with vandals in the area, it is not there most of the time. Turn up the dirt road and keep a watchful eye for a small sign on the right indicating where the turnoff for the caves are. Hiking time: Approximately 1/2 hour. Description: Walking with a few ups and downs. The trail is easy to follow except around the pond as there is hardly any vegetation. The caves are not very large. There are about 12 small caves in which a child may crawl in. The caves do not go anywhere so you can't get lost. Cave crickets live in most of the caves. There are pools in the creek which you may swim in.

Upana Caves
Gold River, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
15 known entrances and nearly 1,500 feet of passages