Colorado Hot Springs Resort
Chipeta offers two solar heated thermal pools, both centrally located in the courtyard of the resort with stunning views of the Cimarron and San Juan Mountain ranges. One of the pools is a tiled roman bath set at 103 degrees Fahrenheit and 10″ x 14″ in size.
The larger of the two pools is a 16′ X 60′ lap pool, and heated to 85 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter.
Hours of operation are May 15th, – October 15th and 8AM-10PM October 16th – May 14th 8AM-9PM.
Orvis Hot Springs
Orvis Hot Springs is a clothing optional natural hot springs resort that does not heat or treat their water in any way. They offer seven soaking areas that range in temperature from 98-112 degrees. Four of their soaking areas are outside where you can enjoy the gorgeous Colorado sun and the star filled evening sky. They also offer an indoor pool and two private tubs which are great for getting out of the sun or inclement weather. At Orvis Hot Springs, you will find that their natural lithium water will allow you to rest, relax and feel rejuvenated when you leave.
Phone Number: 970-626-5324
Ouray Hot Springs
Soak 10AM to 10PM summer and 12PM to 9PM winter. Large concrete pool in several sections, family oriented, locker rooms and showers. Located just as you enter Ouray coming from the north.
Phone Number: 970-325-4638
Pagosa Hot Springs
These naturally hot, therapeutic pools relieve the tensions of everyday life.
Phone Number: 970-264-2284
Trimble Hot Springs
Located between Durango and Silverton. In 1884, Frank Trimble and his wife Rufina settled at the springs. Trimble, who suffered from rhueumatism and old wounds from Oregon Indian wars, began bathing in the springs. He soon claimed himself to be pain-free. He built a way station and boarding house at the springs and, as word of the healing qualities of the springs spread quickly, he prospered.
Phone Number: 970-247-0111