Take Off Winter’s Chill with a Hot Soak at Iron Mountain Hot Springs
Take Off Winter’s Chill with a Hot Soak at Iron Mountain Hot Springs

Take Off Winter’s Chill with a Hot Soak at Iron Mountain Hot Springs

There’s just something special about soaking in hot springs while watching snow falling all around on a chilly winter’s day or night. That’s one reason why now is the perfect time to benefit from the relaxation that only a deep soak in the rejuvenating, thermal mineral waters of Iron Mountain Hot Springs can provide.

As the temperatures drop and the chilly weather sets in, it can also mean fewer people and a bit more solitude to enjoy Iron Mountain’s 16 unique pools. Each pool is set to a different temperature between 99 and 108°F, so you can find the pool that’s just right for you. You can also move from one to another sampling not only the different temperatures, but also the different perspective each provides of the surrounding mountains.

Serenity at Iron Mountain Hot Springs

Take Off Winter’s Chill with a Hot Soak at Iron Mountain Hot Springs

If maximum serenity is the experience you desire, weekdays and weekend mornings are ideal, as locals and visitors take to the hills and backcountry to enjoy their favorite winter activities. If you’re one of those yourself, then what better way to relax and sooth your body – and soul – after a day enjoying Colorado’s great outdoors and everything it offers.

You can enhance the experience with a hot or cold refreshment from the Sopris Café, offering a selection of beers, wines and pre-mixed cocktails. The café also offers a selection of sandwiches, wraps, personal pizzas and other snacks.

Another benefit that comes with this frosty time of year is the introduction of off-peak pricing that lasts from late October through late May. During this period, admission is reduced to $20 for adults and $14 for children on weekdays. Weekends and holidays are still only $25 for adults and $17 for the kids for unlimited enjoyment at Colorado’s newest hot springs, and one of the highlights of the iconic Colorado Historic Hot Springs Loop.

So, whether it’s a soft gray day with the hush of falling snow, or under a typically brilliant azure blue Colorado sky, enjoy a hot soak that will relax your body…restore your spirit…and rejuvenate your soul.

For more information about rates, hours and amenities, or to learn about annual or seasonal passes, go to our website.

Take Off Winter’s Chill with a Hot Soak at Iron Mountain Hot Springs Take Off Winter’s Chill with a Hot Soak at Iron Mountain Hot Springs

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