Hlgu Isgwit Hot Springs



We regret to notify Hlgu Isgwit visitors of the current closure for regular maintenance work. It is unknown when the site will re-open, however please keep an eye out for updates here on the Nisga'a Lisims Government website, or (NLG) social media sites: Facebook  and Twitter. 


While we recognize that this news is disappointing, we hope our regular visitors will understand and respect our decision. We apologize to those who have made special arrangements to attend.




Hlgu Isgwit Hot Spring


Visitors Are Required To Book In Advance. 

Hours of Operation

Monday        Nine – Five (9:30am – 4:00pm)*

Tuesday       Nine – Five (9:30am – 4:00pm)*

Wednesday   Nine – Five (9:30am – 4:00pm)*

Thursday      Nine – Five (9:30am – 4:00pm)*

Friday           Nine – Five (9:30am – 4:00pm)*


Hlgu Isgwit Hot Spring is open business days and closed weekends and Statutory Holidays.

*(Schedule is subject to change for regular maintenance)


Busy Months Are Between May & September:

During those months, we suggest booking 4 days in advance to ensure a pleasant visit. In slower months we require at least twenty-four (24) hours notice.




Please call us at (250) 633 – 3000.

When booking with us, we will require the following information:

  • Name For Reservation
  • Email Address
  • Phone Number
  • Make & Model of Vehicle
  • Licence Plate Number
  • Party Size:   
    • Number Of Adults
    • Children Under The Age of 12

Check your email: Heritage Office follows up after a booking with a confirmation email including detailed information regarding where payments are accepted.



Debit or Credit





Nisga’a Citizens                No Charge

Children <12                     $  5.00          CAD

Adults                             $  8.00          CAD

Family of Four (4)              $20.00          CAD



Visitors to Hlgu Isgwit - PLEASE NOTE:

Hlgu Isgwit Hot Spring has great cultural significance to the Nisga’a people. You are welcome to enjoy this beautiful hot spring on the condition that you respect these practices. 

Recreational drugs or alcohol are prohibited from the site and parking lot. If you are consuming these substances you will be asked to leave. You will not be eligible for a refund if you are asked to leave under these reasons.

Your pets are welcome in the parking lot but we request that you not bring them beyond the fence. As a sacred site, this is like bringing your dog inside a church.

Respect this special place by packing out garbage and depositing it into the bins we have provided. Remember the adage: Take Pictures, Leave Only Memories.

Because of its status to the Nisga’a People, Do Not Camp at the pool site or park overnight in the parking lot. A Fire Ban is in place at both the pool site and parking lot for the same reasons. 


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