Colorado has no shortage of mineral hot springs. Heated by the Earth’s core, Mother Nature’s hot tubs bubble throughout the state with a couple dozen resorts connected by a Hot Springs Loop.
But one of the most unique hot springs destinations in the state is in Glenwood Springs, which is about an hour northwest of Aspen and home to Iron Mountain Hot Springs. The hot springs is adding a 21-and-up section this summer with special pools that mimic famous soaking waters from around the world.
Currently, Iron Mountain, which hangs over the Colorado River, boasts a large family pool plus 17 small pools that are connected
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