That’s how Deborah Frazier describes the natural phenomena of hot springs in her book, “Colorado’s Hot Springs.”
In a landlocked state, having a free-flowing, balmy source of mineral-rich water seems like a miracle.
Hot springs are special. Maybe it’s because they’re Mother Nature’s ready-made remedy for exhausted, sore muscles left over from skiing, hiking or rafting. Maybe it’s that these soaking spots are conveniently nestled in the gorgeous crevasses of Colorado’s landscape, providing an instant scenery worthy of the “aaaahs” uttered when you inch yourself just a tiny bit deeper into the hot water.
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