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 281 Centennial St, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

About: Situated alongside the beautiful Colorado River in Glenwood Springs and surrounded by Rocky Mountain views that soothe and inspire, our 16 geothermal soaking pools offer guests a pure soaking experience—the way nature intended. Our freshwater family pool is cooler and ideal for all ages. An attached elevated jetted spa provides yet another opportunity to relax. Thoughtful amenities are built in throughout: towel tree sculptures at each soaking pool, changing rooms stocked with complimentary shower products and a restaurant that serves food and drinks adds to the ambiance.  Welcome to Iron Mountain Hot Springs. We invite you to relax, restore and rejuvenate.

Pools & temperatures: In their 16 natural soaking pools. Gracefully terraced on a hillside overlooking the Colorado River, each pool differs in shape, temperature and experience. No two are the same. There are pebble-bottomed reflexology pools, a heart-shaped pool for romantics, some that feature infinity views, another with a waterfall—try them all and find your personal favorite.  When you’re ready for a break from the heat, cool off on lounge chairs, in our outdoor showers during the warm season or take a dip in the nearby family pool.
Your body, mind and soul as you immerse yourself in our soaking pools.  Step into our healing mineral hot spring water and leave your cares behind. The naturally heated water works wonders for teasing out tension. Iron Mountain Hot Springs pools range from a warm 98°F to a toasty 108°F (37 – 42°C). The serene ambiance is further enhanced by the soothing sounds of spa music. To keep the mood tranquil, adults are encouraged to speak in soft tones and children younger than 5 are not allowed in the small mineral pools.

    Amenities: The Iron Mountain Hot Springs contains a lodge-style bathhouse, 16 naturally-shaped geothermal pools, a gift shop stocked with a variety of pool-day necessities, dining, and locker rooms. 

    Fun Fact: The Iron Mountain Hot Springs land was first bought in February of 1896 by Sheriff Ware who "felt that he had made a great purchase as there is a large hot spring on the land." (Avalanche Echo, ironmountainhotsprings.com)

    Schedule: Open Daily from 9am to 10pm



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    (Est. 2019)

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