Colorado Hot Springs
Instant Relaxation in a Natural Hot Springs!
To bring the perfect day in the Rocky Mountains to a close we recommend you soak at one of the area’s natural hot springs just down the valley from our Granite Outpost. Relaxing in Colorado hot springs are an experience not to be missed, especially after a day of paddling!
I wanted to thank Erika for being a great guide. We had an amazing time and got to learn so much while having a blast. It was our first experience rafting and I couldn’t imagine having a better time. Also, big props on the fajita lunch!— Alan Randolph, Oklahoma City
Mt. Princeton Hot Springs is located on County Rd 162 off of Hwy 285, just south of Nathrop. Experience the healing powers of Colorado’s geothermal springs. They also offer spa treatments, on-site accommodations and a restaurant. From AVA, take Hwy 24/285 south to Cty Rd 162. They are about 4.5 miles down the road on the left. www.mtprinceton.com or (888) 395-7799
At Cottonwood Hot Springs you’ll find geo-thermal, gravity-fed mineral spas. Historically noted for their medicinal and therapeutic value, the hot springs were used for centuries by the Ute Indians as a spiritual gathering retreat. Ever since, people have come from all over the country to soak in the curative waters. (719) 395 – 6434
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Cottonwood Hot Springs is located 17 1/2 miles from Arkansas Valley Adventures. From AVA take Hwy. 24 East into the town of Buena Vista. At the only stoplight in town turn right and follow this road (306, or Cottonwood Pass) for 5 ½ miles. The Hot Springs are on the right as soon as the road starts to wind into the mountains.
Both hot springs are approximately 2 1/2 Hours drive from the Denver Area (via Highway 285) and approximately 2 Hours drive from Colorado Springs (via Highway 24).