With the temperatures slowly but surely decreasing in BC, the thought of camping outdoors in a tent this fall has us downright freezing already. But fall glamping in yurts presents a wonderful opportunity to be just as immersed in nature, but with a little more insulation. Fortunately for outdoor enthusiasts, Radius Retreat in Radium Hot Springs is open year-round, and has availability throughout the rest of the season.

With ten unique 16-inch yurts to choose from, visitors of the retreat can take their pick between an elevated yurt in the trees, one situated in a private meadow, or one with a covered patio – and that’s just for starters.

Oh, and dogs stay for free!

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With a two-night stay minimum, stays at Radius Retreat are priced at $212 per night, with reduced rates during weekdays.

Amenities include indoor wood-burning fireplaces, two-burner propane stoves (propane not included), solar lights, and comfy ‘Beautyrest Mattresses.’ Visitors have access to ‘Composting Toilets’ at the back of each yurt.

So there you have it, BC! Your next yurt adventure awaits.

Radius Retreat 

Where: Radium Hot Springs, BC