Constructed between the 9th and 10th fairways of the Springs Golf Course, one of Canada’s premier golf courses, Bighorn Meadows Resort was designed to blend seamlessly with its natural environment. Beautifully landscaped green spaces, soothing water features, and meandering walkways connect the community. Admire the majestic mountains of the Canadian Rockies and the panorama of surrounding natural beauty, as you walk the pathways of this nine-acre resort. Don’t be surprised if a Big Horn sheep or two stops by for a visit! Save money on your next vacation with these Radium Hot Springs timeshare resales.
Constructed with high-end finishes inside and out, the one, two and three bedroom timeshare residences at Bighorn Meadows bring nature indoors with open-concept main areas, high ceilings, tall doors and natural light throughout. Smart planning maximizes every square foot. Tile and granite kitchens with dark wood cabinets, dining area, and a spacious living room effortlessly flow into a walk-out, covered patio. Sleek and contemporary appointments with subtle colors provide a relaxing living environment. Comfortable private bedrooms ensure privacy for family members and guests. Luxurious bathrooms include a Jacuzzi tub in the Master Bedroom. All residences are air-conditioned, include a DVD or VCR, and a fireplace.
Buy a Bighorn Meadows timeshare resale and perfect your golf swing in the summer on the Springs Golf Course, or on one of the 15 total courses in the area. Explore hiking trails, and afterwards relax in the healing waters of the world-famous Radium Hot Springs. In winter, experience seven different ski hills and snowmobiling.
At the resort a sparkling swimming pool and hot tub, barbecue deck and children’s playground add to your enjoyment. Find complimentary Wi-Fi in the welcome center and a copy and fax machine in the business center. Stop by the information desk for insider advice on the area’s dining, shopping and adventures.
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