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Diamond Fork Hot Springs in Utah

Springville, Utah

4.0/5
based on 1 reviews

Description

Added by McKenzie Roers

Natural hot springsEasy hike inLots of space

Drive past the campgrounds for Diamond Fork (around +2 miles) and turn off for the trailhead parking on your right.

The trailhead will be on your left in the parking lot. The hike is 2.3 miles one way and is very easy. The hot pool temperatures range, with the pools that are closer to the waterfall being the warmest.

They are sulfuric so be prepared for a smell but not to worry-you will get used to it.

This location is dog friendly and mountain bike friendly! It's best to go in the colder months as the pools are hot!

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Features

Chillin
Photography
Mountain Biking
Swimming
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Groups
Hot Springs
Scenic

Reviews

Check to make sure the gate is open before you go. What seems to be an easy 2.3 mile hike can turn into a 12.4 mile hike round trip if the gate isn't open for the season yet.

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