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A rainbow spans over the Ute Pool at Hot Sulphur Springs Resort and Spa in Hot Sulphur Springs.
Over 200,000 gallons of natural hot mineral-rich water flow through 21 mineral pools and baths every day at controlled temperatures of 95 to 112 degrees. No chemicals are added to these popular hot springs.

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