Hiking, offroading, mountain climbing, swimming, will wear you out after a long weekend. What can you do to help relax your muscles after a full day of Centennial State fun? How about warming your bones in any one of Colorado's hot springs?

Mineral Baths and Hot Springs are scattered across most areas of Colorado, and chances are if you have a day trip coming up, you might not be very far from a chance to soak in some geothermal goodness.

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Check Out These Hot Springs and Geothermal Pools

So many of these locations are part of some seriously nice resorts while others are part of day spas and businesses who have made a living near these hot spots for generations.

If you know of additional springs large or small we would love to put them on the map and show off some photos. It's easy to submit photos and video on our station app with a just couple of clicks so hit us up.

26 Colorado Hot Springs to Warm Your Bones

Climbing, skiing, hiking, and swimming can leave us pretty worn out. It's a good thing there are plenty of hot springs and geothermal pools around the state to help relax those muscles.

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