Do you know hot springs in wilderness?
These are hot springs with free-flowing water and at the same time, there are no commercial facilities.
Accordingly, almost all hot springs in wilderness are open-air baths, and the difference is that no one maintains the places.
Normally such places are in a secluded area, but there is an exception.
Colorado, Rating [3/5] Extremely Hot, Sightseeing, Wilderness
Do you know what ultra-Plinian eruption is?
Volcanic activities sometimes have destructive influence on human society.
Out of them, ultra-Plinian eruption brings on a particularly large explosion that causes global change in environment and mass extinction.
Around such supervolcano, hot springs have been gushing over one million years after the eruption.
New Mexico, Rating [2/5] Hot Spring River, Sightseeing, Tepid, Wilderness
Which do you like peaks or valleys?
This time, I will visit an unfinished resort with hot springs, which is located at the bottom of a deep valley where the seventh-highest bridge in the United States is spanning.
New Mexico, Rating [2/5] Sightseeing, Tepid, Wilderness
Where did American Indians choose the place for dwelling?
There is an American Indian’s dwelling in the northern area of New Mexico, surrounded by rich natural environment of the highland.
Near the holy place, which is designated a World Heritage site, you will find a hot spring upwelling.
New Mexico, Rating [2/5] Sightseeing, Wilderness
What is the definition of hot springs?
As long as spring water is hot, can we call it a hot spring?
Japan has the Hot Springs Act.
According to the law, the natural monument in a southern island can be called a hot spring.
Kyushu-Okinawa Region, Rating [1/5] Hot Spring River, Tepid, Wilderness
Do you know a hot spring river of milky white water?
The impressive spot must be one of the best hot springs with an exclusion of the fact:
You will have the brush with death from toxic gas.
Hokkaido-Tohoku Region, Rating [5/5] Extremely Hot, Hot Spring River, Opaque, Sulfur Dioxide, Wilderness
Can you imagine warm springs in the desert?
It is two hours’ and a half drive from San Diego.
In the dried-up field, suddenly you will encounter a beautiful oasis surrounded by palm trees.
The hidden spring is, surprisingly a warm spring.
California, Rating [3/5] Sightseeing, Tepid, Wilderness