New Mexico

Jemez Hot Springs - Hot Springs in New Mexico

04/25/2017

A hot spring triggers the five senses by the texture, smell and taste.

The color may be the easiest element to explain the attractiveness through a blog.

Let's soak in the emerald green water.

Soda Dam

Only five minutes’ drive from Jemez Springs will take you to this unique scenery.

Soda Dam1

In fact, deposits of a hot spring even now gushing created the dam.

Soda Dam2

Beautiful water

Around Jemez Springs, you can find many hot springs like this.

Signboard

On the other hand, one of the most well-organized spa facility is Jemez Hot Springs.

Exterior

The rate was a little bit pricey, $25.00 per hour walk-in.

Garden 1

However, when you see the beautiful color of the water, you will make sense of the price.

Color of hot springs is determined mainly by the content.

Shallow Pool1

In addition to that, there are varieties of elements, such as temperature, depth, color of tubs, or light reflection.

Soaking 02

Alpaca
You look so relaxing..
Exactly.
Capybara

The source of the spring is too hot (142 degrees F) that the water input is intermittently operated.

Shallow Pool2

Despite the fault, tubs are kept perfectly clean due to few visitors.

Hottest Pool

This tub near the river is small enough to enjoy the freshest water.

Water Outlet1

At the bottom and edge of the tub, there are many mineral deposits, which prove the excellent quality.

Water Outlet2

It has so much contained materials that you need to make sure not to stay in the bath too long.

Soaking 01

This depth of the tub is deeper than other ones, so that it looks emerald green, which reminds us of the hot springs in Yellowstone National Park.

It is a good instance of the fact that different water has different color.

Summary

Jemez Hot Springs (Giggling Hot Springs), Jemez Springs, New Mexico, U.S. 

Rating

  • Type
    Walk-in / Lodging
  • Rule
    Clothing required
  • Chlorination
    Not detected
  • Water temp
    Up to 169 degrees F

Official website

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