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Spence Hot Springs

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Spence Hot Springs

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New Mexico: Jemez Pueblo, Soda Dam & Falls: A Photographer's Landscape Dream
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New Mexico: Jemez Pueblo, Soda Dam & Falls: A Photographer's Landscape Dream

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Delve into New Mexico’s rich history and archaeology on a tour that reveals the Southwest’s natural wonders, ruins, and culture. As you visit the Pueblo of Jemez, a guide shares cultural stories and historical details that you would likely miss if visiting on your own. By traveling on a private tour, you can set the pace and choose how much time you want to spend at each site.
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Paul N wrote a review Oct 17
Hastings130 contributions46 helpful votes
but well worth it...it can get a bit slippery as you near it after the bridge....a good pair of hiking boots are a good ideal....sqeexe into the bear cave for warmer waters....
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Date of experience: October 2020
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RacheyTea wrote a review Oct 2019
2 contributions2 helpful votes
We enjoyed a short hike to the springs. There is a parking lot that is marked open from sunrise to sunset. We went around 5:30PM and a few families were leaving with dogs, so when we got to the springs it wasn't too crowded. The trail is not very well marked, the 'Spence Hot Springs' sign looks like it is pointing to go further uphill, but the springs are actually to the left of the sign. You'll see empty beer cans here and there on the trail, but we didn't find the springs to be that dirty at all. That being said, there is a sign in the parking lot that says "Do not get water in your eyes", and then something about how it could be dangerous. Overall, we enjoyed exploring and finding our way to the hot springs, and unlike over reviewers, we found the springs to be quite warm, but we didn't spend too much time there.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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GunnHa wrote a review May 2019
Algard, Norway2,308 contributions225 helpful votes
After a short walk up to the spring we were a little disappointed to find two manky water holes with luke warm water . Around the site there was evidence of litter. This is really just a photo opportunity not necessarily an enjoyable experience. Actually the highlight of the visit was a young lady in a yellow bikini.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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The Allens wrote a review May 2019
Clovis, New Mexico996 contributions209 helpful votes
The hike was nice and the spring pools were nice even if they weren’t really hot. There is a cave located in the upper pool that our children enjoyed going just inside of. It was much warmer in there.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Diana Rhoades wrote a review Feb 2019
Anchorage, Alaska7 contributions5 helpful votes
Great 1 mile hike to hot springs. Not as hot as I would prefer, and people have left trash there, but still fun to do in winter when no one is there. Two people were just leaving as we arrived. You crawl inside a cave where it’s steamy.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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