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  • The New York Times on Where to Take the Waters: A U.S. Hot Springs Guide

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    Whether at a luxury spa or a more rustic natural environment, a dip in a natural hot springs promises to be relaxing, if not also medicinal. Here’s where and how to get started.

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  • An Evolutionary Tale: Durango Hot Springs

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    Located in Colorado’s stunning Animas Valley, Durango Hot Springs Resort and Spa has been welcoming visitors to stop, stay, soak and relax since the 1880s. The deeply ingrained history of hot springs hospitality continues as the geothermal attraction embarks on a resort-wide transformation.
  • It’s All About the Water at Glenwood Hot Springs Resort

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    Millions of gallons of water flow through Colorado’s Glenwood Hot Springs Resort into pools, geothermal systems, bathtubs, slides, rides and fountains. Relaxing visitors, giving guests a thrill and heating rooms are some essential roles of water at the famed resort.
  • Twin Peaks Lodge: Hot Springs with a High Alpine Perspective

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    Twin Peaks Lodge and Hot Springs in Ouray, Colorado helps visitors relax with hot springs soaking and breathtaking Rocky Mountain views both day and night.
  • Soaking in Paradise at Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort

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    With a stunning mountain backdrop, Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort, located near the town of Paradise, Montana, is a slice of geothermal heaven in the Rocky Mountains.
  • The Place to Disconnect to Reconnect - Saratoga Hot Springs Resort

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    Southeastern Wyoming’s Saratoga Hot Springs Resort is a laid-back geothermal gem with a friendly western vibe. Authentic in every way—down to the old-fashioned guest room door keys—the resort boasts craft beer, spa services, a golf course and outdoor adventures that range from low-key to fast-paced.
  • Moccasin Springs: Rising from the Ruins

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    A personal quest for healing combined with a background in property management, sales and investments and real estate renovations uniquely prepared Moccasin Springs owner Kara Hagen to revitalize and reopen a geothermal hot spring located in the scenic Black Hills. 
  • Volcanic Ash Mud Baths a Mainstay at Dr. Wilkinson’s Hot Springs

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    The Calistoga, California mineral hot spring resort is as much a Napa Valley attraction as the famous grape growing region that surrounds it. Founded in 1952, Dr. Wilkinson’s signature hot spring mud baths remain a centerpiece treatment at the modern wellness resort.
  • Castle Hot Springs: An Arizona Hot Springs Legacy

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    Located in the rugged mountains north of Phoenix, Castle Hot Springs is an oasis in the desert Southwest—after more than a 40-year hiatus, the hot springs resort returns to its deeply planted luxury wellness roots.
  • Iron Mountain Hot Springs: The Goldilocks of Thermal Springs

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    Situated on a terraced hillside along the river in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, the 16 geothermal soaking pools at Iron Mountain Hot Springs give guests an opportunity to sample and discover their perfect soaking experience.