In the past we’ve discussed the Ouray Hot Springs Pool, a must visit the attraction that also serves as a perfect way to stay warm during the winter season. There are also cooler pools to make use of, just in time for the upcoming spring.
While Ouray Hot Springs is a must visit, you may also wish to consider checking out the Colorado Historic Hot Springs Loop where the ultimate goal is indeed relaxation. There are five different ones to choose from, a few of which we’ll briefly take look at here.
Pagosa Springs is in the southwestern area of Colorado nestled in the San Juan Mountains. The springs are encircled by more than two million acres of forest areas and lush wilderness. It is also notable for being the home of the historic Great Pagosa Hot Springs, the world’s deepest geothermal aquifer.
Before it became the skiing resort with a world-class pedigree, Steamboat Springs was frequently used by pioneers and Native Americans to relax and keep their body, mind, and soul in harmony. Today you can relax in the springs, go skiing, or embark upon an exciting hiking adventure.
Glenwood Springs can be found in the heart of the Rocky Mountains and it also happens to be the largest mineral hot springs in the world. If you’re the thrill-seeking type, make sure to visit Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, home to the highest elevation roller coaster in the country.
This update is provided by the Ouray vacation rentals of Alpenglow, located in Ouray, Colorado and presented by Twin Peaks Lodge and Hot Springs. We provide unique Ouray Colorado condos and townhouses located near some of the best restaurants, shops, and activities in the city. Call 866.739.4917 or 970.919.0380 for more information or to make your reservation.