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Fifth Water Hot Springs, Utah

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.8/5 based on 20 reviews on the web
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  • After our Moab trip we made our way home hitting a hot springs each day! This was the first and truly the best one. The walk up is a constant gradual uphill for 2.5 miles, nothing difficult. Coming ba...  read more »
  • One thing to be mindful of here is there will almost always be people here (even in the winter when the hike is longer. In the summer when the road to the trailhead is open the hike is about 2.5 miles...  read more »
  • We were based in Provo with a group of athletes. A dozen or so of us decided to take the hike to the hot springs. Great idea! It was a warm day, but not beastly hot. It is not a short hike... about 5 ...  read more »
  • Great little hike for a day trip. Plenty of sites to camp over night. Fun to soak in the hotpots at the end of the trail. Very unique scenery, especially with cooler air temperature and the steam you see rise off the thermal heated water.
  • I loved this hike. I'm not the most active person in the world and my girlfriend and I were able to do this in an hour or two without any breaks. The hot springs do have a sulfur smell to them which can be pretty overpowering when you first get there. Take the time to get there and relax and you'll enjoy it. Be warned that there is some skinny dipping that takes place so I'd advise you if you want a more family friendly setting to stay in the first few pools and go on a Saturday morning.
  • Amazing hot springs area, with well thought out man-made additions to make better pools. If you're taking kids, early mornings are best. Lots of adults there at night. Great spot.
  • What a great hike! Not challenging, a little long for little kids maybe, but it was fun. I'd definitely recommend it!
  • The hot springs are beautiful! The sulfur smell was a little gross at first but for the most part, it's not that strong when you're up at the springs walking around. The hike to get there is pretty decent. Going midday like I did probably wasn't the smartest but in all I really enjoyed my experience here!
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