7 Relaxing Hot Springs in Idaho

Idaho, United States

Visit Idaho

Kick back, relax, and enjoy the Great Outdoors.

Is there any better reward for a day full of adventure than sinking into a steaming hot spring? Hmm. Nothing comes to mind. With the crisp fall air rapidly shifting to the chill of winter, now is a great time to get outside and steal some heat from nature’s hot tubs. Lucky for anybody with plans to explore Idaho, there are plenty of amazing options to choose from. Whether you want to hike in, car camp, or shred some powder before you take a dip, one of these adventures is sure to do the trick.

1. Soak in Kirkham Hot Springs


Photo: Dusty Klein

2. Hike to Jerry Johnson Hot Springs


Photo: Meredith Baird

3. Soak in Burgdorf Hot Springs


Photo: Dusty Klein

4. Hike and Soak in Goldbug Hot Springs


Photo: Ross Perkins

5. Soak in Pine Flats Hot Springs


Photo: Dusty Klein

6. Hike to Weir Creek Hot Springs


Photo: LJ Dawson

7. Camp at Rocky Canyon Hot Springs


Photo: Dusty Klein

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Published: November 15, 2016

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