This is a SUMMERTIME adventure hike, AFTER the snow has melted, and the water level is generally lower than the areas of the hiker made pools. Begin by taking a short 6 mile trip from an un named major colorado highway, in a non disclosed direction. park at the parking area. place the items in your auto in the trunk, or even better, leave them in your room. descend down the trailhead about 1.5 miles. when you reach a Y, take a right for a few hundred yards. Look for wild life and an occasional naked bather. wear a disguise for privacy from other hikers with cameras. as hikers reach the river, look out for pools formed by other hikers stacking rocks in pool formations (THESE ARE THE HOT TUBS with hot water trickling from the bottom-very soothing and relaxing). It's a fun hike, fun, interesting, and very soothing bathe in the natural hot springs. Take some snacks and beverages, maybe an aspirin, ibuprofen, icy hot cream, extra socks, towel, clean t shirt, hand lotion, shampoo, conditioner, gps, just for fun and extra comfort. Drive the first 6 miles in a rental car or someone else's car, There may be a rough or rugged road conditions (rocks ripping a low hanging oil pan).
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