This small town in western Montana offers undeveloped hot springs along the banks of the Clark Fork River, providing a more natural and secluded experience.
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A luxury resort located in a restored ghost town, Dunton Hot Springs offers private hot springs tubs and a tranquil setting.
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Tucked away in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, this rustic retreat offers a variety of hot spring pools, saunas, and a serene atmosphere.
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Situated in the Alaskan wilderness, Chena Hot Springs is known for its outdoor rock pools and the opportunity to witness the Northern Lights during winter.
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Boasting the world's largest mineral hot springs pool, Glenwood Springs is a popular destination with a range of pools, slides, and spa services.
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Nestled within Olympic National Park, these natural hot springs can be reached via a scenic hike and offer a remote and picturesque bathing experience.
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Located in the Napa Valley, Calistoga is home to several hot springs resorts offering mineral-rich thermal waters and spa treatments.
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This city is renowned for its historic bathhouses and hot springs. The Hot Springs National Park offers traditional bathhouse experiences and hiking trails.
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Known for its geothermal pools, Pagosa Springs offers a range of temperatures and mineral content, making it suitable for relaxation and therapeutic purposes.
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The park features numerous hot springs, including the famous Grand Prismatic Spring and the Norris Geyser Basin.
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