Soak It Up: Four Hot Springs to Visit

April 2 2014, 12:54 PM

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Strawberry Park Hot Springs

Strawberry Park Hot Springs, Steamboat Springs
Drive time: 3.25 hours
Cost: From $12
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Glenwood Hot Springs

Glenwood Hot Springs, Glenwood Springs
Drive time: 2.5 hours
Cost: From $15.25
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The Springs Resort & Spa

The Springs Resort & Spa, Pagosa Springs
Drive time: 5 hours
Cost: From $24.50
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Dunton Hot Springs

Dunton Hot Springs, Dolores
Drive time: 7 hours
Cost: From $600, includes cabin (based on double occupancy), all meals and beverages
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Strawberry Park Hot Springs

Strawberry Park Hot Springs, Steamboat Springs
Drive time: 3.25 hours
Cost: From $12
—Image courtesy of Shutterstock

Glenwood Hot Springs

Glenwood Hot Springs, Glenwood Springs
Drive time: 2.5 hours
Cost: From $15.25
—Image courtesy of Glenwood Hot Springs

The Springs Resort & Spa

The Springs Resort & Spa, Pagosa Springs
Drive time: 5 hours
Cost: From $24.50
—Image courtesy of The Springs Resort & Spa

Dunton Hot Springs

Dunton Hot Springs, Dolores
Drive time: 7 hours
Cost: From $600, includes cabin (based on double occupancy), all meals and beverages
—Image courtesy of Dunton Hot Springs

The recent appearance of 70-degree weather and snow in the same week signals that Colorado’s shift from winter to spring has officially begun. For some, that means claiming final runs on the slope, while for others it means sneaking in rides and hikes on sunnier days (while quietly waxing their stand-up-paddle boards in anticipation). Whatever your particular endorphin addiction, nothing pairs better than a post-adventure hot springs session. Ideal for winter or spring, soaking sore muscles transcends the seasons. Click through this slideshow for our guide to finding your midseason bliss.