Soaking in the Minerals at Iron Mountain Hot Springs

Soaking in the Minerals at Iron Mountain Hot Springs

Soaking in the minerals offers many health benefits. Co-owner Mogli Cooper explains how to have a European-style wellness visit to get the most out of your visit to the award-winning Iron Mountain Hot Springs in Glenwood Springs, Colorado.

Iron Mountain Hot Springs water contains 14 dissolved minerals—iron, calcium, chloride, sodium, sulfate, boron, magnesium, manganese, lithium, fluoride, phosphate, potassium—with the first five being the most abundant. The water in the 16 soaking pools ranges in temperature from 98° to 108°F, enabling visitors to choose pools that suit their individual tolerance levels. What separates Iron Mountain Hot Springs from the pack of Colorado geothermal destinations is our water. It is unusual to find a hot springs in Colorado that does not treat its water with chlorine. Which means soaking in the minerals at Iron Mountain Hot Springs is in the purist form. Whether your visit is in the springs, summer, fall or winter, there is always a perfect time to achieve wellness.

Glenwood Springs is western Colorado’s wellness destination. Making a visit to Iron Mountain Hot Springs is only the beginning of relaxation. Soak in a Colorado hot spring where the geothermal water is uniquely chemical-free and 100% pure. Plan your visit today!

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Heather Austin

Sales & Marketing Manager at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park and Iron Mountain Hot Springs - always looking for a good topic!

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