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Glenwood Hot Springs Pool
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Owner description: 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 and the smaller therapy pool averages about 104° F. Additional amenities include a lodge, spa, athletic club, grill and shopping. Relieve muscle and joint pain, or just relax and feel the wonder of a soak in our hot springs. Soaking in hot, highly concentrated mineral water has many health benefits. Increasing body temperature helps the body naturally kill harmful germs and viruses, eliminate toxins, and increase blood flow. The absorbtion of essential minerals gives the body a natural boost. You will feel the difference within minutes of stepping in. Jump in the large pool, at over 400 feet long, and "cool down." Swim laps or practice your form on the diving board. Water slides, mini golf, and kiddie pool are available in the warmer months. Bring your own cooler and snacks, or stop by the poolside Grill to grab a bite.
Reviewed October 10, 2013

This is the most relaxing and wonderful place in the world. Go during off season and avoid the crowd! Go early in the morning to start your day, or when it's snowing! The latest fee is $15.25. Bring your own towel unless you want to pay $2.50 for a tiny rental towel. They used to charge for lounges but not anymore which is great.

Thank JaneyReviews
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Reviewed October 7, 2013

We went to the pool almost every day while stayed in Glenwood Springs, on some days twice. We used both hot and warm pools. It is very nice and relaxing, but I have not noticed any therapeutic effect, maybe because before it gets to the pool spring mineral water is significantly dissolved with river water for cooling.

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Reviewed October 5, 2013

The waters of the Glenwood hot springs are an excellent experience that should not be missed. We slipped into the 94 degree water and found ourselves completely relaxed. Then we moved over to the 104 degree got tub and further enjoyed the time in the water.

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Reviewed October 2, 2013

The spa is huge and a nice visit, but too expensive for a daily venture. Can do laps, sit and soak, and visit with a lot of visitors. Highly recommend going with families and kids... then it would be much more fun. They have a discount between 9-10 PM, but only $5 off... $15 regular. I even tried to get a discount when it was cold and rainy but there was none.

Thank Jeff M
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Reviewed September 30, 2013

We went to the hot springs from the 9-10pm hour, as it was slightly cheaper. There were actually quite a few people still there, but not too crowded. Being 6 months pregnant, I stayed in the the cooler pull. We loved how long it was, which meant you could feel like you were by yourself. The air was crisp, which made it that much more refreshing. Also, after a long day hiking, we were hoping the springs would help us not be sore, and it worked! For only being there for less than 1 hour I thought the price was a bit high. They don't let you pay or enter until the clock hits 9pm, then you have to change and shower, so you actually don't get a full hour.

The fact that it was a natural spring, flowing in 3.5 million gallons of water a day was worth checking it out.

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