Our survey is now closed
Survey about Meager Creek and Keyhole Hot Springs, near Pemberton, BC
Thank you for sharing your views on the future management of Meager Creek Hot Springs and Keyhole Hot Springs through a public survey hosted by the Fraser Basin Council. The survey closed February 28, 2020. For background, see the information below.
About the Project
The Province of BC and Lil’wat Nation are working together to address public visitation at Meager Creek Hot Springs and Keyhole Hot Springs, both natural hot springs in the Upper Lillooet River Valley. The Fraser Basin Council (FBC) has assisted the project partners as an impartial facilitator, conducting outreach and engagement with stakeholders and the public.
Land managers are interested in these areas for the following reasons:
In light of changing road access and recent increases in public visitation during site closures, the Province and Lil’wat are taking this opportunity to reassess management of both hot springs.
A public survey was conducted in early 2020. The results will be considered as the project partners define objectives for the future management of both hot springs. For more information and updates, visit the Government of BC page Sea to Sky Visitor Use Management.
FBC is a not-for-profit organization that works to advance sustainability in the Fraser Basin and across British Columbia.