There are a number of great walks in and around Harrison Hot Springs. One of the best that takes you past many of Harrison's landmarks is the Heritage Walk.
Distance: 5km Allow: 1.5 hours Grade: easy
This pleasant 5 kilometer walk takes you back through time, past historical buildings and landmark moments in Harrison Hot Springs history. It starts at the Visitor Centre and gives a great overview of Harrison Hot Springs. Download a PDF of this walk or stop in at the Visitor Center and pick up a Ticket to Explore brochure which provides a description of this walk as well as a number of hikes in the area.
Distance 0.5 KM Allow: 20 minutes Grade: Easy
A short forested wlak under moss covered trees, past old lamps and over 9 bridges. Many bridges have stairs so this walk is not suited for wheelchairs or baby strollers.
Start at the back of the parking lot(7) of the Harrison Hot Springs Resort. Cross the bridge over the Miami River and follow this meandering trail through this lovely cedar forest situated at the base of the Agassiz Mountain.
After 400 metres the path ends where the Miami River enters Harrison Lake. To the left is the hot springs source, and to the right you can return back to the Village.
Distance: 4KM Allow : 1 Hr Grade: Easy
Starting at the Memorial Hall (1) head west along Esplanade Avenue along the lakeshore past the Harrison Hot Springs Resort (2). Enjoy the views of the lake and the Village as you follow the gravel road to the building that houses the hot springs source (3).
Walk back to the Harrison Lake Plaza (4) and follow the path around the lagoon, enjoying spectacular views along the way. Continue through the Maple treed Rendall Park (5), and along Rockwell Drive to the Ranger Station Art Gallery (6). Return by backtracking to the Memorial Hall.