Clients can soothe sore muscles or soak away tension at hot springs scattered throughout the state of Colorado.
Northern Colorado is home to Hot Sulphur Springs Resort & Spa, which offers clients 20 mineral indoor and outdoor hot pools and private baths. Clients can also take advantage of standard day spa services as well as conference facilities. www.hotsulphursprings.com
Further south, Dunton Hot Springs, located an hour and a half outside of Telluride, is a fully functioning ghost town as well as a luxury resort. Clients can take advantage of a variety of day and overnight packages in addition to the hot springs, which offer temperatures from 85 to 106 degrees and locations on the river and inside a 19th-century bathhouse. www.duntonhotsprings.com
Also located in the southwestern part of the state, Orvis Hot Springs offers a natural experience in a clothing-optional setting. Springs are not heated or chemically treated and the resort hot springs offers both indoor and outdoor venues. Clients can book rooms at the lodge or pitch a tent at the campground. www.orvishotsprings.com
On the southern edge of the state, the Springs Resort & Spa in Pagosa Springs is nestled on the banks of the San Juan River. Clients can take advantage of its 18 soaking pools and its standard, deluxe and grand hotel room categories. In addition to a full spa, the resort offers the world’s largest and deepest hot mineral spring, with mineral-rich water flowing up from the famous Great Pagosa Aquifer. www.pagosahotsprings.com