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    Penny hot springs

    Penny hot springs sit right by Crystal river – not far south from Carbondale. It is directly right by Highway 133 – very easy to find it. Just check for 55 mile marker and parking turnout. Pools can be flooded during spring melting. Good timing is in sumer to winter. The hotsprings can be busy […]

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    South Canyon hot springs

    South Canyon hot springs is a set of 2 small pools with very nice view of surrounding mountains. It is necessary to hike there but it is worth it. Temperature varies around 40°C. You get there by parking on Co RD 134/South Canyon Creek Rd. Parking is on right side. Than it should be not […]

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    Piedra River hot springs

    Piedra river hot springs is about 1,5 mile hike from parking. You will find small pools right by the Piedra River south of Pagosa Springs. Many visitors create new pools – just stacking stones to block cold water and feed new pool. Average temperature is between 37-40°C. These hot springs are located in the hearth […]

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    Rainbow Hot Springs

    Rainbow hot springs is an remove hot spring accessible by walk via very popular 7 mile-hike. It will be probably crowded during the summer weekends. But it is worth it. There are two pools right by San Juan River. Both constructed by visitors. You can adjust them to keep more cool or hot water. Bigger […]

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    Conundrum Hot Springs

    Conundrum hot springs is the most remove hot spring in Colorado. However it is very popular trail and usually full of people. It is located in Maroon Bells Wilderness near Aspen. Be ready for 8 miles uphill with almost 800 m of elevation gain. But this doesn’t stop people from hiking there, partying there and […]

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    Radium hot springs - Colorado

    This natural hot pool is located on Colorado river. Very popular spot for rafters and kayakers. Temperature is around 32°C. Easiest access is to float down the river and access it from river bank. You can also walk approx 2 km from main road as the 4×4 road can be closed. This hot pool is […]

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    Hörgshlíðarlaug hot pool

    Hörgshlíðarlaug hot pool is below the road not far from Hörgshlíðarbær farm.  Pool has 11m3, temperature is around 40°C, small changing room with 8 hangers and 12 nails. Quite frequented by visitors. Ask the farmer from Hörgshlíð before you have a bath. I am not sure whether is still for free. Farm is on 633 Route. Once you […]

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    Galtahryggjarlaug hot spring

    Galtahryggjarlaug is small hot spring in Heydalur. Few minutes from country hotel Heydalur. Temperature of this hot spring is around 40°C – depends on outside temperature. Beautiful surrounding and scenery.

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    Nauteyrarlaug

    Nauteyrarlaug hot spring is about road heading to farm Bær. There is small fish hatchery. Temperature of the spring is around 42-43 °C.   

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    Hákarlavogur

    Small and beautiful hot pool Hákarlavogur is right between rocks and is very beautiful with great surrounding. Please ask at the Gjögri farm for permission to have a bath there – it is on private property.