Explore Colorado: Pagosa Springs

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Jennifer Broome takes us to Pagosa Springs to check out the Springs Resort & Spa.

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The world’s deepest geothermal hot spring is right here in Colorado. It was certified by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2011. The mineral-rich waters are known for their therapeutic and healing qualities.

The Springs Resort and Spa is open year round. Country Living recently named it one of the top 5 affordable spa escapes. They have 23 soaking pools, including 5 pools in an adult only area, and a geothermal swimming pool on the banks of the San Juan River. Temperature of the Mother Spring is around 144 degrees, while temperatures of the pools range from 83 to 114 degrees. The Mother Spring heats the hotel and pools. The resort is a boutique property with 79 rooms, including a 29-room Ecoluxe Hotel. The Ecoluxe was the first LEED-built hotel in Colorado.

Daily, weekly, monthly, and annual passes are available for the hot springs. Admission is complimentary for Springs Resort and Spa guests.

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