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Hot Springs of the Upper Rio Grande
Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Resort & Spa, 505-583-2223, www.ojospa.com located in the foothills of the Carson National Forest, in the town of Ojo Caliente, between Santa Fe and Taos. Four different springs with different temperatures and mineral content; ten indoor and outdoor pools with temperatures ranging from 80-109F. Bathing suits required in main pools. Credit cards accepted. Very Close To NewMexicoOutdoor.com!
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-Black Rock Hot Springs, located north of Taos, west of the town of Arroyo Hondo. It is about a 5-10 minute walk off a dirt road. Ask locals for directions. Two mud-bottomed rock pools on the west bank of the Rio Grande. Pool temperatures are usually about 97 F depending on how high the river is. Clothing optional.
-Stagecoach (Manby) Hot Springs, located north of Taos, west of the town of Arroyo Hondo. It is about a 15-20 minute walk off a dirt road. Ask locals for directions. Three shallow sand-bottomed rock pools on the east bank of the Rio Grande. Pool temperatures are usually about 97 F depending on how high the river is. Clothing optional.
-Montezuma Hot Springs, located northwest of the town of Las Vegas on the grounds of the United World College. Three clusters of concrete soaking pools of various sizes and temperatures. Bathing suits required.
Hot Springs of the Jemez Mountains
-San Antonio Hot Springs, located west of Santa Fe, north of the town of Jemez Springs. It is about a 10 minute walk from where you can park. Ask locals for directions. A series of rock pools built along the hillside of San Diego Canyon. The hottest pool is about 105 F with the lower ones progressively cooler. Clothing optional. Check Out Hike To San Antonio Hot Springs
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-McCauley Hot Springs, located west of Santa Fe, north of the town of Jemez Springs. It is a moderately strenuous 2-mile hike. Ask locals for directions. Large, shallow, warm pool that flows into several smaller, deeper pools with temperatures 85-90 F. Clothing optional.
-Soda Dam Hot Springs, located west of Santa Fe, north of the town of Jemez Springs. A cluster of small hot spring pools with spectacular scenery not great soaking.
-Spence Hot Spring, located west of Santa Fe, north of the town of Jemez Springs. An easy short hike. Ask locals for directions. Several sand-bottom pools on a steep hillside on the east side of the Jemez River. Water temperature between 100 –– 110 F. Clothing optional.
-Giggling Springs Hot Springs Jemez Springs, 505-829-9175
Bathing suits required. Reservations strongly recommended. Pool temperature is 102-104.
-Bodhi Manda Zen Center Motel and Hot Springs, situated along the Jemez River in Jemez Springs, 505-829-3854 A four-unit motel. Three sand-bottom rock pools with the river next to the pools for a cold plunge. Call first –– no drop-ins. Bathing suits required.
-Jemez Springs BathHouse, located in the park on the main street of Jemez Springs. 505-829-3303
A well-maintained bathhouse with eight private rooms and one outdoor private group tub. Clothing optional. Spa treatments available. Reservations recommended.