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Nestled up above Steamboat Springs, Strawberry Natural Hot Springs the key word is NATURAL. The hot pools are outdoors and all carved out of the landscape alongside a rushing freezing cold mountain river--even the buildings for massage therapy (hobbit huts) and the few cabins and...More
We were driving through Steamboat Springs, and thought a short soak in the hot springs would be a nice break. Delightful, the temperatures varied in the pools, and you can even dunk into the cold river if you get too hot. It is in the...More
We had fun on a Saturday night. Crowd was kind of loud and not many brave enough to go au naturel.
The place was busy, get there early, parking lot fills up fast.
I would also suggest going on a weeknight.
We have been here to strawberry hot springs every year for ten years. It has always been wonderful, no complaints. Not this time. The main pool was way to hot. No one was in it; they were all sitting on the edge of the pool...More
1. We rented the caboose and either there was a natural gas leak or a carbon monoxide leak. I woke up in the middle of the night ready to vomit but once the window cracked open I could go back to sleep.
2. The sink...More
When are chains required to drive a 4 wheel vehicle in to the springs? We were looking to stay the first week of November, Thanks!!
24 September 2014|
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I don't think you'll find anyone who can give you a straight answer to this. The weather can be very unpredictable in the mountains (as you probably know, being from Fort Collins). I would say in November, hope for the... More
I don't think you'll find anyone who can give you a straight answer to this. The weather can be very unpredictable in the mountains (as you probably know, being from Fort Collins). I would say in November, hope for the best but prepare for the worst. If you have 4WD you'll be fine. I have a Subaru and don't own chains. November is right on the cusp- normally I'd say you'd be just fine, but this has been a very wet year and snow could start falling earlier than normal (typically Dec-March is heavier snow season). I'd say go for it if you have 4WD- it's totally worth it. I have also heard there is a shuttle from Steamboat to the springs, but don't know anything about it... Could call and ask.
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"Rustic cabins and wagons all near the river-- I had small cabin #2 with a private porch and a huge window..."