Granite Hot Springs Dog Sledding

Granite Hot Springs Dog Sledding

Take a dip in this Depression-era, CCC-built pool—which sits above Granite Creek Falls and beneath 11,000-foot mountains—that collects hot water flowing out of surrounding rocks. In winter, the 10-mile road to the springs, which are kept at about 104-degrees, is only accessible by dog sleds, fat bikes, skis, snowshoes and snowmobiles. 

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