The Iron Mountain Hot Springs is located in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Long known as a wellness destination for its thermal waters, Glenwood Springs has become a year-round vacation spot for travelers from around the world. Whatever the reason for your visit, you’ll find plenty to do and see while you’re here.


From Denver or Grand Junction (off of I-70): Take exit 114 from I-70. Take the roundabout and take the first exit onto W. 6th Street.  Proceed 2 miles, then turn right on Devereux Road.  Go past the entrance to the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park and over the highway overpass, then make the first right onto Centennial Street.  Just follow this road right into our parking lot and bathhouse.

From Aspen, Basalt and Carbondale (South): Take Hwy 82 north to Glenwood Springs. Proceed through town and over the bridge that crosses over I-70. Stay in the right lane and turn right into the roundabout and exit onto 6th Street. Drive for 1/3 mile to Devereux Road. Turn left (south) on Devereux and drive past Glenwood Caverns Tram over I-70 overpass then make the first right onto Centennial Street.  Just follow this road  into our parking lot and bathhouse.

Driving Distances:
(approx. miles and driving times)

  • Denver: 160 miles, 3 hours
  • Grand Junction: 90 miles,  1.5-2 hours
  • Aspen: 45 miles, 30 minutes
  • Vail:  60 miles, 1 hour

It’s easy to get to and around in Glenwood Springs.

Airports: Glenwood Springs is located just off I-70, exit 116, and is close to several airports. Eagle County Airport is 30 miles east of town; the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport is 40 miles to the south; and the Grand Junction Regional Airport is 90 miles to the west.

Trains: Amtrak’s California Zephyr has year-round, daily arrivals in Glenwood Springs from points east and west. Public transportation is also available.

Buses: The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority  (RFTA) provides service throughout Glenwood for $1 per day. The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority also serves the Roaring Fork Valley.

New in town, you can ride the Colorado Department of Transportation’s new Bustang to and from Denver on weekdays.

Iron Mountain Hot Springs is centrally located on the bank of the Colorado River, you’re close to trails for hiking and biking, whitewater rafting and kayaking, and mountain-top fun at nearby Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. There are hotels, motels, inns, B&Bs and vacation rentals for every taste and budget. Glenwood Springs is also home to specialty stores and retailers, spas and restaurants that run the gamut from a quick bite to eat to award-winning fine dining. You’re also within an hour of seven ski resorts, including Aspen, Snowmass, Vail and Beaver Creek.

If you’d like more information about Glenwood Springs, the Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association is a great place to start. Stop by the visitor center at 802 Grand Avenue, give them a call at 888-445-3696 or go to We look forward to your visit!