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Located between Aspen and Vail, you'll find the World's Largest Hot Springs Pool. The Ute Indians called it Yampah, meaning "big medicine." Soothe your muscles after outdoor activities year round. The large pool is kept at a comfortable 90°- 93° F...more
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The pool is extremely large so even with many people there, you don't feel crowded in. The water temps range from warm to quite hot depending on which area you are in. You can move around freely and the water is very soothing. The only...More
When we visited, it was snowy. So it was one of the best day to visit!!
There are 2 pools, one is a Therapy Pool which is hot hot temp, another one was a little bit lower temp pool. Both are big size, we had...More
Enjoyed an evening in the Glenwood Hot Springs Pool. It's a large Hot spring set up well with lanes to swim and a diving board, and swimming area. It's close to hotels like the Hotel Colorado and I would recommend a visit if you are...More
This is my third time to this pool. It is always clean and the temperature of both pools is just right. We tried to swim to the end of the larger pool, but it is so big and gets deep with swim lanes. The locker...More
Had the pleasure of stopping over in Glenwood Springs for the night and the following day. Took my son to the hot springs pool and was pleasantly surprised with how refreshing it was right before Christmas. We took in the views while soaking in the...More
This is an awesome pool. There are actually 2 pools one 40C and then the larger one, which is the biggest in the world. The big one is a few degrees cooler. Open until 10pm in the middle of winter makes for more fun running...More
Yes, you can bring in food. For as long as I can remember we would pack in lunch. You can bring in coolers just no glass or alcohol.
There is a snack bar as well with made to order breakfast and lunch.