Colorado is home to dozens of hot springs and spas where visitors can soothe sore muscles after a full day of white-water rafting, skiing, ice climbing, hiking or mountain biking. Ranging from rustic to refined, Colorado's hot springs are celebrated for their high mineral content and resulting therapeutic qualities. You'll find the world's largest improved hot springs pool in Glenwood Springs and the world's deepest mineral hot spring in Pagosa Springs. In addition, Colorado boasts several "man made" spas within its collection of luxury hotel and resorts. Many of the spas find inspiration in the state's hot springs culture, introducing architectural water features and hydrotherapy treatments that reflect an awareness of and appreciation for water's therapeutic qualities.
Spas and Hot Springs
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