Ouray Hot Springs Pool

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A visitor to the Ouray Hot Springs Pool plays under one of the waterfalls at the pool. The pool is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Ouray’s public pool contains close to a million gallons of crystal clear natural hot springs water, free from the strong smell of sulfur typical of many hot springs. In addition to several soaking sections at a variety of temperatures ranging from 88 to 106 degrees, the pool has a lap swimming section, a diving area, a large slide and a shallow section for younger children. It also has a game area for water volleyball.

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