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SASQUATCH & SUNFLOWERS: 5 STEPS TO CREATING A MEMORABLE HARRISON HOT SPRINGS STAYCATION
In truth, I should probably call this little getaway a wor-cation. I recently read a story on how the pandemic is depleting our surge-capacity, that boost of energy that helps us get through brief, tough moments. It turns out this depletion can also affect the energy that comes right before we take time-off, the drive that allows us to get everything done, so we don’t have to do it while on a break.
BIGFOOT EMERGES IN B.C.’S HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
Red foxes have been spotted wandering the city streets of Ashkelon, Israel, a young puma has been seen roaming the roads of Santiago, Chile, and wild turkeys have been caught strutting through Montreal’s East End. With the world hunkering down at home to slow the spread of COVID-19, wildlife is emerging in unexpected places around the globe, and in the small B.C. town of Harrison Hot Springs, things are getting a little wilder as well.
HAIRY-SON, I’M HOME: SASQUATCH RETURNS TO ITS HOMETOWN
When the visitors are away, the Sasquatch will play. So many native animals are returning to their natural habitats as coronavirus cleared the streets and scenery of popular tourist destinations across the world, and Harrison Hot Springs is no exception. Photos recently surfaced of the legendary Sasquatch, on a holiday of its own, frolicking near Harrison Lake.
SASQUATCH SHOWS UP AT HARRISON BEACH HOTEL
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS, B.C. — The current global pandemic keeping people much closer to home, the world is witnessing a resurgence of animals rewilding our cities and towns. Much like the dolphins returning to Venetian canals and wild boars wandering the streets of Italy’s towns, so too has the legendary Sasquatch returned to its natural habitat in British Columbia’s Village of Harrison Hot Springs.
LEARN HOW THE ELUSIVE SASQUATCH HAS BECOME A REWILDING SUCCESS STORY DURING LOCKDOWN
At one hotel in Canada’s British Columbia, the staff, now reduced down just to essential workers, have began to document the return of one such creature. Except this one is a little more fantastical than a Welsh goat or a Spanish peacock. At the Harrison Beach Hotel, part of the True Key Hotels & Resorts group, who manage eight resorts across Western Canada, they have seen the return of the elusive Sasquatch!
WILD TIMES IN HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
It’s Friday and we all need a bit of a lighter look at the world around us. Too much COVID-19 all the time. So, a tip of the hat to True Key Hotels & Resorts who brings a touch of humour to us today. The BC hospitality company reports that with COVID-19 keeping everyone close to home, the world is seeing the rewilding of animals in cities and towns.
ROMANTIC GETAWAY FROM VANCOUVER TO HARRISON HOT SPRINGS IN AUTUMN
My wife and I had the most amazing holiday at Harrison Hot Springs. We left Vancouver and spent two days at the lake surrounded by eagles and fall colours.We went mid-week, which made it an especially relaxing experience, and stayed at the Harrison Beach Hotel. On our trip we saw wildlife, enjoyed the hot springs and went for walks in nature. It was wonderful! What a great getaway, and so close to Vancouver!
ROMANTIC RENDEZVOUS IN HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
Ditching the kids and running away for a romantic rendezvous in Harrison Hot Springs is easily one of my favourite things to do with my husband. Sneaking away to one of the most stunning locations just a short 2 hrs away from Vancouver is definitely our idea of a good time. The scenic Highway 7 provides a link between Vancouver and Hope that is off-the-beaten-path. The prairie girl in me can never get enough of the beautiful scenery in this area.
APPOINTMENT OF NEW GENERAL MANAGER AT HARRISON BEACH HOTEL
Michael Anderson, President of True Key Hotels & Resorts
(True Key), a leading hotel and resort management company in British Columbia, announced today that Jenn Buerge has been named General Manager of the 42-room Harrison Beach Hotel effective October
FAMILY GETAWAY TO HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
Harrison Hot Springs is a beautiful lakefront resort community, located about an hour an a half away from Vancouver. While it does offer peace and tranquility, it also the perfect getaway for families that want to explore the outdoors. Harrison Lake is surrounded by Hicks Lake and Sasquatch Provincial Park.
TRIP ADVISOR’S HALL OF FAME 2019
We are proud to announce that we have earned TripAdvisor’s Hall of Fame award for 2019, meaning that we have earned the Certificate of Excellence five years in a row. Thank you to everyone who helped us earn the award.
The Certificate of Excellence accounts for the quality, quantity and recency of reviews submitted by travellers on TripAdvisor over a 12-month period. To qualify, a business must maintain an overall TripAdvisor bubble rating of at least four out of five, have a minimum number of reviews and must have been listed on TripAdvisor for at least 12 months.
HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
Last week, our two families headed to Harrison Hot Springs for an overnight staycation. Our kids love going on adventures and with most children back in school, we knew it would be the perfect time to explore a bit more of B.C.The drive to Harrison Hot Springs was stunning, filled with gorgeous mountains topped in snow, farm fields and gorgeous scenery.
LONG WEEKEND, LOW SEASON GETAWAYS
Although Labor Day is considered the last great weekend of summer, it’s not the last great weekend to getaway. Sure, you can dream of far-flung places but B.C. has plenty of quickie getaways (you can drive and ferry to) that go the distance. Think low season to save big bucks. Weekend rates can be up to 30 percent lower.
FUN THINGS TO DO IN HARRISON HOT SPRINGS, BRITISH COLUMBIA
Having spent my youth in the Fraser Valley I have lots of memories of summer days spent building sandcastles and swimming in Harrison Lake. Returning now, as an adult, I can see why I loved it so much as a kid. However, I was pleased to find there are also many things to do in Harrison Hot Springs for adults and couples.
10 THINGS TO DO NEAR HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
Every time I visit Harrison Hot Springs I always say to myself, “Why don’t I come here more?” It’s not that far away from the valley, has a peaceful atmosphere, and the local places to eat are UNREAL! This summer I am making note to keep Harrison top of mind. The 10 things to do near Harrison Hot Springs that I have listed below will most likely have you asking yourself that same, “Why don’t I come here more?” question.
THE TRAVEL TIDBIT: HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
Check out this video about Josh & Heath’s stay in Harrison Hot Springs
10 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE A ROAD TRIP TO HARRISON THIS SUMMER
When you’re lucky enough to live in beautiful BC—you don’t have to travel far to find lush forests, magnificent mountains and pristine lakes. Explore your own backyard by travelling just up the road to Harrison Hot Springs this Summer.
6 WAYS TO SPRING INTO FAMILY FUN IN HARRISON HOT SPRINGS
Families have been flocking to charming Harrison Hot Springs to soak up the summer sun for decades, but there is plenty to see and do in the off-season, too. Pack your rain boots and hit the road for an affordable spring weekend of family fun.