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Natural Idaho Hot Springs

IdahoHotSprings.com features pictures, video clips, trip reports, ratings, reviews and general information in regard to hot springs with hot pools to soak in all located within the great state of Idaho.

 
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The above random hot springs photo and video clips should give you a better idea of what natural hot springs in Idaho are all about.

All pictures and videos on this site have been taken from many amazing hot springs adventures had throughout the years unless noted otherwise.

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About Hot Springs in Idaho

Idaho has the most usable hot springs pools in the nation, with approximately 130 ‘soakable’ out of 340. Idaho also has the most roadless forests in the lower 48 – by a landslide! Both of which require constant protection.

Why are Hot Springs ... Hot?

Generally speaking, geothermal water is super-heated from deep within the Earth, forcing it up to the surface where pools are developed or form naturally near the outflow.

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Where to Soak in Idaho?

Idaho alone has over 130 hot springs soaking opportunities – that’s a lot to choose from! To help simplify the matter, there are two distinct types of hot springs:

  1. Public Hot Springs; located on public land (National Forest, BLM and Wilderness), somewhat rustic in appearance and usually no usage or access fees.
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  2. Private or Commercial Hot Springs; located on private land, typically modern in appearance and usually a fee is required for use. Some offer overnight accommodations.
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Need to learn more about Idaho's Hot Springs? IHS Guides and Articles are power-packed with geothermal education.

Hot Springs in Other States: Guide to Hot Springs in California, Guide to Hot Springs in Oregon

 

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