The adventure to the Sloquet Hot Springs is one of the bigger day trips in the area beginning here in Pemberton, you head north on highway 99 for 25 km along a beautiful stretch of near perfect pavement that twists and turns in and out of a few Indian reservations until you reach the in-shuck Forrest service road. The In-shuck FSR will take you along the stunning Lillooet Lake for 30 km's where you will reach a junction to cross the lake and merge onto the Lillooet River Road West, the bridge is a fantastic place for a great photo or a place for a break. After crossing the bridge you want to make a left and travel down the Lillooet Lake Road West for 41 km's, this road is a blast because it is well maintained and the traffic on it is very light so you can carry a decent amount of speed. After about 45-60 mins on this road you will reach the turn off to the Hot Springs which is another few km's until you reach the Hot Springs. There are camping sights, fire pits and picnic tables for guests to use during their stay. There are also park rangers who usually ask for a $5 donation for use of the Hot Springs so be sure to carry some cash with you. The walk down into the springs is only a few minutes and is well worth the effort. There are cascading pools of hot water that are mostly natural. The springs sit along side of a rushing river that is glacial fed encase you get too warm. Be sure to carry tools and pack a lunch for this trip because you are very much in an isolated environment. This is a full day adventure and would be best enjoyed at a relaxed pace and accompanied with some camping gear to do an overnight trip.