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Radium Hot Springs

Kremmling, Colorado

5.0/5
based on 4 reviews

Description

Added by Bryan Young

Radium Hot Springs is a short hike that will take you to a beautiful and relaxing hot spring that sits adjacent to the Colorado River. It’s a perfect place to chill with friends, have a scenic picnic, or relax after a nice hiking trek.

The Parking Area & Trailhead have been updated by the BLM from the previous starting point at Mugrage Campground, which is no longer open. 

The BLM has also built a relatively short and easy trail from the new parking area to the hot springs. The springs are not too hot, about 80-90 degree F as they mix slightly with the cool Colorado River that flows adjacent to the spring.

There is free camping atop the ridge on the BLM land. As always, remember to follow Leave No Trace principals and use pre-made fire rings.

GPS: N39.95993 W106.54072

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Features

Chillin
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Hot Springs
River
Romantic
Scenic

Reviews

Campsite is right off the highway with 2 secluded spots but totally worth the short hike to radium springs!! Enjoy

There is a short hike up and minor climb down to get to the springs and before you know it, you're there! This place was absolutely beautiful. I went with a couple of co-workers and they cliff jumped into the river while I soaked in the springs. The river is high right now so the springs can be a bit cold but I had a fantastic time. I'll be back.

Awesome spot, pretty remote place, sadly I went when the springs were still cold but can't wait to go back and camp!

Amazing... That is all

Leave No Trace

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!

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