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Yampah Spa and Vapor Caves

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709 E 6th St, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601-3113
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Our shuttle to Bair Ranch takes you 14 miles into the amazing Glenwood Canyon. Ride back to Glenwood Springs along the Colorado River with ample opportunities for breaks, picnic, and side hikes including the spectacular Hanging Lake Trail. The shuttle, bike rental, accessories and trailside assistance are all included.
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Chelsea9354 wrote a review Apr 15
Colorado Springs, Colorado27 contributions9 helpful votes
the caves are what they say they are... caves, they are located in the mountain and are dark and humid and around 115 degrees, I don't recommend if you get nervous in caves because it is not something manmade and fancy spa, it is natural and is quite amazing. I would definitely go back, and bring my family to them. It also has a spa and soaking tubs on the top floor that are more of a traditional spa that you would think of.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Rita wrote a review Dec 2020
Cheyenne, Wyoming4 contributions1 helpful vote
Give your self about an hour or two before your service if your having a facial or a body treatment. It is not recommend to go into the cave after that. You will want to goin the cave come out for a while to cool down and go back in. Very unique experience.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Nebraska Outback wrote a review Nov 2020
Sutherland, Nebraska113 contributions49 helpful votes
In these stressful times, a visit to the Yampah Hot Springs and Vapor Cave is a rejuvenating joy! The staff is so attentive, and so dedicated to providing a Covid-safe experience! Everything was done to insure that our experience was safe and relaxing! My husband and I did the Vapor Cave and then a couples mineral soak, after which I did a cleansing wrap. I just can't say enough about what a wonderful relaxing experience it was! I would do it again, and again, and again if I could... and I highly recommend it to fellow travelers in search of relaxation and rejuvenation!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Sarah M wrote a review Nov 2020
Denver, Colorado636 contributions146 helpful votes
NOT following COVID restrictions AND not so much as an apology for someone who committed a indecent exposure to numerous people including self gratification...... NOT acceptable. Here is the long story: I've been here multiple times and have always had a nice experience. However, this past time was extremely disappointing and borderline offensive. Not because of the cave itself, because of issues that were not only ignored, but shushed away without so much as an apology. My friend and I were subjected to a man exposing himself to us and others as well as committing....how to put this nicely...... enjoying himself too much IN public, IN the caves (a CRIME). This included him coming in multiple times to the women's locker room and exposing himself and not leaving. (I have NO issue with nudity and have frequented clothing optional places.) But when you don't follow the rules of the establishment (VApor caves is NOT clothing optional), that's not ok and clearly made others very uncomfortable to say the least. We I a second day hoping it would be "less eventful" and I truly don't know why we bothered giving them our business. I understand that things happen and business owners can't control everything. But when we asked what happened with the man yesterday (the cops were called so I know someone reported him), all we got was an excuse that, "he snuck in by hopping the wall and had cancer." First, what does having an illness have to do with exposing yourself to a group of people? Secondly, that wall is easily over 8ft tall and solid concrete. Unless he was Superman, there is no way he hopped that wall and sounds like a cop out excuse. People who come are given ONE towel, at the front and are forced to pay for extra towels if they want one (chintzy move in and of itself). These are issued to you at the front door and I've never seen one laying around. If he'd snuck in, he wouldn't have had access to said towel. I call b.s. that he snuck in and not to sound callous, but his "cancer" story, doesn't fly as an excuse for committing a sexual offense. Second major offense: nude exposure aside, everyone had to choose a two hour time frame to maintain COVID safety measures. However, not once did any staff check on us, or other patrons to make sure people were leaving and the amount of people in the caves, solarium and spa, only continued to increase throughout our time there. Had COVID restrictions been followed, there would've been no increase in people as some would've been leaving during that time. So not only were we subjected to someone pleasuring himself" with not so much as an "I'm sorry that happened," we were actually charged extra for a hand towel. A HAND TOWEL. How about an "our bad, have an extra towel for the inconvenience." Or JUST a, "so sorry you had that experience." In no way did we expect anything free, discounted, etc. because of the previous day, but the gesture was the least they could've done. We also felt ripped off because we left early knowing that others weren't respecting the COVID restrictions. We saw them there when we arrived, and they were still in the cave when we left. I believe it is upon the staff and the owner to make sure these rules are being followed. We went to a different hot springs that night (not the massive one), and they had it down to a fine science assuring no one went over their time limit and it was a much larger facility. It's doable. I don't expect additional services or concessions even if something happened that was not the fault of the owner, but I d@arn well expect some sympathy for the unpleasant experience and follow COVID rules!!!!!!!!!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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PLC wrote a review Sep 2020
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My husband and I did the couples herbal mineral bath for 45 min and it so relaxing We have never feel better. Yes this something that if I lived here would do at least once a month!! PLC
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Date of experience: September 2020
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