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Published on Wednesday, August 19, 2015

New Hot Springs open in Colorado

Colorado's newest hot springs have opened on the banks of the Colorado River in Glenwood Springs.

The Iron Mountain Hot Springs opened at the beginning of August and is welcoming guests from all across the world.

The Iron Mountain Hot Springs offers 16 mineral hot springs soaking pools and a freshwater family pool with a jetted spa.

"We have really focused on the guests' experience," explained co-owner Mogli Cooper. "The location, shape and features of each of the pools, the materials and colours we used and the team we've built — it's all been about providing a world-class hot springs destination where people can enjoy the therapeutic, natural mineral waters."

The Iron Mountain Hot Springs is open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. during the summer. Admission is $25 per adult, $15 for children 3 to 12 years, and free for children younger than 3 years. (Approx £16 adults £9.60 children).

You can find out more information on Iron Mountain Hot Springs and arrange a visit here:

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Note to Editors:                                          

Colorado is a four-season destination offering unparalleled adventure and recreational activities, an abundant arts scene, Western heritage, distinctive cuisine, and 25 renowned ski resort areas. The state's scenic landscape boasts natural hot springs, the headwaters of four major rivers, many peaceful lakes and reservoirs, eleven national parks and monuments, and 58 mountain peaks that top 14,000 feet.

Further information and images are available by contacting:

Georgina Evans-Phillips

Cellet Marketing and Public Relations

08456 020 574

[email protected]

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