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The road out to the hot springs is rather rough. We made it most of the way with a Subaru Legacy... read more

Reviewed March 31, 2019
Green Bay, Wisconsin
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Small natural hot springs pool.

Comfortable for about 6 people but much more and its crowded. Great scenery of canyon and some... read more

Reviewed December 12, 2018
Denver, Colorado
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Located along the Rio Grande River, two primitive hot spring pools can hold five or six soakers, with attire optional.
Arroyo Hondo, NM
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Reviewed March 31, 2019 via mobile

The road out to the hot springs is rather rough. We made it most of the way with a Subaru Legacy then walked the rest of the way to the beginning of the hike to the springs. Beautiful hike. The hot springs are clothing optional....More

Date of experience: March 2019
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Reviewed March 13, 2019 via mobile

really rough road to get there, the springs are at the bottom of the canyon and the trail starts at the top. not very deep or very hot, but still better than paying 38 bucks for ojo caliente.

Date of experience: March 2019
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Reviewed December 12, 2018

Comfortable for about 6 people but much more and its crowded. Great scenery of canyon and some history!

Date of experience: March 2018
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Reviewed October 3, 2018

It took a while to find the location. Go north past the light at the intersection of 522 and 64. Stay on 522 for a few miles and turn west on B-007. At the T in the road, turn left. The road from there is...More

Date of experience: September 2018
1  Thank StuWThomas
Reviewed August 21, 2018

A comfortable warm spring - water in the high 80s. Also known as Stagecoach Springs because of the remnants of the stone stagecoach bridge that crossed the river at this spot. Wear your hiking shoes to get here - plenty of places along this trail...More

Date of experience: May 2018
1  Thank MarianneBjelke
Reviewed June 16, 2018 via mobile

springs access. Turn on Tune RD(near airport) says private road but as long as you respect the speed limit of 25 MPH you should be OK. It's a wash-board road so unless it's been graded recently it will be a rough ride, though any car...More

Date of experience: September 2017
6  Thank 163geoffc
Reviewed July 31, 2017

We are avid hot spring enthusiasts and nudists so when we were passing through Taos we wanted to check this out. It was very beautiful and the high down was beautiful. The hot springs were clean and clear but not very warm. We were fortunate...More

Date of experience: July 2017
19  Thank Cowgirlxoxo
Reviewed July 14, 2017

Okay so it's a little bit of an adventure driving out here - I would definitely not want to do it in a car. We had read it was an easy hike and the visitor's center had recommended this hot springs being easy to get...More

Date of experience: July 2017
14  Thank TheLaurenLauren
Reviewed June 11, 2017 via mobile

Great little hike down to the river & hot springs. Hike is good but short ands it's pretty easy. Its kind of hard to find if you're not a local. Take the dirt road all of the way to the end, GPS will tell you...More

Date of experience: June 2017
3  Thank kenl641
Reviewed June 2, 2017

There are some very good reasons to see this spot: -The remote canyon offers some beautiful landscapes. -The rarity of hot springs that have not been commercialized. -The opportunity to have the freedom to do what you want without paying to dip. -There is a...More

Date of experience: May 2017
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Elizabeth W
November 25, 2018|
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Response from StuWThomas | Reviewed this property |
I was there in October. One route from the south had a 'closed' sign - probably posted by neighbors. The entry from the east was open - though the last 1/2 mile was a bit more rough. See my post from October for more... More
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Response from Shelli R | Reviewed this property |
Black Rocks in Arroyo Hondo are better Manby is not as hot as Black Rocks With that said, I have not been to Manby in the winter. Its also a slightly longer and more challenging hike down to the pools from the parking area.