Touring Colorado Hot Springs

Book Description

There is not a more serendipitous surrounding to soak in than the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Touring Colorado Hot Springs provides detailed descriptions, easy-to-read maps, and firsthand information on the best hot springs in the state. Descriptions are spiced with historical information and hot springs trivia that gives insight into the area's past. This entertaining and informative new edition will lead you to world-class family resorts and lesser known hidden springs in Colorado. It includes fully updated and revised text, new photos, GPS coordinates of all the hot springs, information on wheelchair access, and suggestions for accommodations.

About Paul, Susan Joy

Susan Joy Paul has hiked, climbed, snowshoed, rappelled, and—at times when the winds above 14,000 feet were screaming—crawled across the state of Colorado,reaching the summits of more than 500 mountain peaks along the way. All that adventure takes a toll on the mind, body, and spirit, and in Touring Colorado Hot Springs, Susan takes a break to relax and share the secrets of the ultimate refresher, rejuvenator, and revitalizer to counterpoint the extreme outdoor activities enjoyed by her, other locals, and visitors to the state.

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