Conundrum Hot Springs, Near Aspen, Colorado
The highest hot springs in North America at 11,250 feet.
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Therapeutic mud, mineral baths, volcanic springs — when it comes to hydrotherapy, nobody provides better than Mother Nature. Here’s a roundup of The Huffington Post’s favorite hot springs experiences, from luxurious to historic to Viking.
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Mother nature’s spas. Slide show of some of the best included!
Liard Hot Springs, Northern B.C., Canada
Possibly one of the best stops on the Alaska Highway is Liard River Hot Springs. These springs are located in Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park, north of Muncho Lake. There are two hot springs at Liard: the Alpha pool, and about half a mile beyond it is the Beta pool, larger and deeper, and likely to have few other people in it. Water temperatures between 42°-52°C (107°-126°F).
Caution: Beware of black bears.
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