Avalanche Ranch Hot Springs, Redstone

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#92 of 142 in Nature in Colorado
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  • An afternoon in the Rockies relaxing in a pool with a waterfall massaging your shoulders and back...views to die for with Mount Sopris on your left and the Avalanche Valley across the Crystal River wi...  more »
  • We stayed for 2 nights at the Hill Top tiny house on site. The views are spectacular and the water is even better. As a staying guest we got to soak in the pools late into the evening and watch the st...  more »
  • Colorado offers several ways for a "stay in hot water". After we came straight from the nearby peer ham Creek trail, we decided spontaneously hot springs for the avalanche Ranch. There are three stone pools with different water temperatures available. In the two upper pools you not long withstand it, because the water temperature is very high. In the lower basin, however, it is pleasant to relax. You can stand under the water outlet of the upper basin and the pleasantly tempered water over head and body. A suitable geformer stone, you can store is located directly under the Wasserblauf and the drain then massaged his back. Really relaxing. Separate M/W changing rooms are available. If you have not own towels, you can borrow that. The hot springs are very quiet and offer beautiful mountain views. Avalanche offer hot springs also rustic accommodation in log cabins or in "Settler wagon".
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  • Lovely rustic hot springs. People there were extremely nice and accommodating. We stayed at the off-site Game keepers Lodge, which was just perfect. We'll maintained, comfortably slept the whole family, and the kitchen was sufficient for cooking a small Thanksgiving dinner.
  • My husband and I went to the Avalanche Ranch for our honeymoon at the end of October 2016 and were ever so enchanted. My husband made the reservation and said that it was very easy and we both agreed that the website was informative and easy to navigate. Let me just say, the pictures do not do justice to the beauty and splendor of the ranch and the surrounding mountains. We arrived late (almost midnight), which was not an issue for them and we were able to get into our cabin within minutes. We stayed in the Cider House cabin, which was wonderfully rustic, yet comfortable. The bed was comfortable, there was no problem with the heat, the bathroom was fully equipped and there was even a futon and small dinner table. The kitchen for me was one of the key features of the cabin, as there was a small stove, sink and refrigerator. There was even a small gas stove and plenty of ventilation for year-round comfort. Everything was clean and unassuming: no television, microwave or wifi. The hot springs were spectacular! We absolutely loved the hot springs! They're beautifully designed and surrounded by natural scenery. It is also well-lit at night, which is quite intrusive, as were the maintenance staff who seemed to make a point of making their presence known. My husband and I felt as though we were almost being monitored, which made privacy and relaxation a bit of an issue, especially for the first night of our honeymoon. While my husband and I are exceptionally polite, we do have tattoos and hoped that we weren't being treated with discrimination due to our appearance. The second day, we were once again interrupted by maintenance staff. I was actually making blueberry pancakes for our first breakfast as a married couple when it happened. The gas in the stove went out in the middle of cooking the pancakes and the next thing we knew, one of the maintenance employees was at the door. He claimed he was there to take care of the issue with the gas and sort of made his way into the cabin without considering our privacy or convenience. We once again felt that our comfort was compromised. It seemed that through our entire stay, there was always the looming presence of the maintenance staff. Besides that issue, we really enjoyed our stay. We regret that we were not able to take better advantage of the amenities they provide, but we did have the opportunity to drive up the road to Marble, Colorado. We took a nice hike in the Raggeds Wilderness, which was absolutely breathtaking. The town of Carbondale was also pleasant and charming. The next time we stay at a hot springs ranch we will consider the Avalanche Ranch again. Although we felt that our privacy, comfort and convenience were compromised, we were enchanted by the rustic beauty of the ranch. We hope that if we do return, we will be able to relax in privacy.
  • The views from the hot springs were spectacular. The bed in the tiny house was uncomfortable, but the rest of the amenities were great. We can't wait to go back!
  • We spend a half day soaking In the spring. It's a gorgeous setting and most relaxing place to enjoy. We love the buildings,grounds and everything about it
  • Great place to hang out for a day or get a cabin and spend more time. Chickens, turkeys, horses; it's a ranch with animals and a fun little souvenir shop. There are several pools of different temperatures for a relaxing soak.

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