Need a grand adventure to go on? Something that gets you outside but is still relaxing. Well, you might want to try one of the many hot springs that Colorado has to offer. These are all natural hot and cold springs filled with minerals for you to soak it all up. In this post, we are going to mention 4 hot springs all in the state of Colorado they are worth the trip, If people from generations ago can do this so can you.
This particular hot spring is a Colorado favorite located near Steamboat Springs. This might actually be the best hot spring in all of the Rocky Mountains. Strawberry Springs is surrounded by rock bed and looks like you are walking into a fairy tale with little cabins and a train caboose. In the summertime, there is lush green all over and the wintertime it is literally a winter wonderland covering the trees. You can walk freely throughout the pools there will be rock separating the different temperatures. During the day the pools are open to everyone and after dark, the pools become clothing optional. Strawberry Springs is an unforgettable trip that will be talking about for years after you go.
The Healing Waters’ Resort and Spa Hot Springs
Since 1950 the family-owned Healing Waters’ has been open to guests in the small mountain community of Pagosa Springs. The pools are filled with 100% mineral water to get all of those healing properties into your body. Healing Waters’ has any kind of lodging you can think of, choose from a hotel room, a cozy park-model cabin, suites, and they even have space for RV’s! Need more relaxation? Make sure to schedule a spa session to fully experience what the Healing Waters’ can do for you. The resort is also walking distance from Pagosa Springs for downtown shopping and exploring.
Come stay literally right in the middle of the mountains and soothe your muscles and bones at Mount Princeton. A place that has been around since the 1800’s you’ll find it quite enjoyable. The place has been newly renovated since that time with actual pools which are very easy to enter but you can still get old school by actually laying right in the creek. Stay a little longer and rent a whole cabin for the family. If you are thinking of having an event such as a wedding Mount Princeton is a beautiful place that will be unforgettable.
Hot Sulpher Springs
On the way to Steamboat Springs, you may have seen a sign to a small town called Hot Sulpher Springs. The Ute Indians actually called it the big medicine and magic waters. For over 140 years the resort has been operating and soothing many individuals. You’ll find temperatures of the pools ranging from 104-126 degrees. Not only do they have the pools but a spa and lodging as well. You can even rent a private pool for as low as $30! So grab the girls, significant other, or the whole family and enjoy the big medicine.