Extremely hot

Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort - Hot Springs in the U.S.

Do not expect too much of such beautiful hotel, if you are a kind of hot springs enthusiast. Water in pool was chlorinated. Only Creekside Hot Springs was fabulous to me.

Boiling River Hot Springs (Yellowstone National Park) - Hot Springs in the U.S.

It looked literally boiling. I was so excited about the massive amount of hot water, while I might be under the cold eyes of buffalos and elks.

Fifth Water (Diamond Fork) Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

Cold water flows down the waterfall. In the both sides of the plunge basin, hot mineral water is gushing.

Indian Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

Denver, the capital of the state of Colorado is considered to be starting from a mining town. In a cave that reminds of ancient times, I soaked in hot springs.

The Home Hotel (Lava Hot Springs) - Hot Springs in the U.S.

The spa town is located in the south of Idaho, and is only two hours’ drive from Salt Lake City of Utah. I enjoyed the extremely hot water of Lava Hot Springs in the guest room.

Reese River Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

Nevada was under the heavily overcast sky. I was covered in mud, and finally reached the springs. Hot water was gushing in a pasture, which was piped to a cow trough.

Alkali Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

The mining city was abandoned after the gold rush went by. At the ruin of a spa resort nearby, geothermal water is gushing.

Carson Hot Springs Resort (Washington) - Hot Springs in the U.S.

A long-established hotel in the State of Washington keeps the traditional way of bathing. In the some guest rooms, in contrast, an up-to-date Jacuzzi is fed by hot springs water.

Bagby Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

Portland, Oregon is ranked high in several surveys about the best places to live in the U.S. It is only one and a half hour's drive from the city full of the Modern Hippies to a bathhouse in deep in the mountains.

Gillard Hot Springs - Hot Springs in the U.S.

The road to the hottest spring in Arizona is thoroughly destroyed by flash flood. Scalding water at 180 degrees F gushes in the remote area.

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