Boulder Hot Springs is a 1.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Boulder, Montana that features hot springs and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.2 miElevation gain252 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashHikingMountain bikingNature tripsSnowshoeingBird watchingHot springs
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Zak Kypfer
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Annika Hirmke
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The trail is a beautiful trail up the mountain overlooking Boulder Valley. Boulder Hot Springs itself is an incredible renovated hotel & spa. I've stayed there many times over the last years and the owners are constantly working on taking care of and restoring the historic hotel (that was first built in the 19th century). Just recently they restored the old bar room and it is so beautiful there. The natural pools are really relaxing to be in and I have heard from several guests that they even help with chronic pains - perfect to relax in after hiking the trail!

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Macy Dugan
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Bird watchingIcy

Nice trail, it was a bit icy but not too much snow. Saw lots of birds and pretty views, and soaked in the hot springs afterwards!

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Rebecca Holman
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The new owners of the Boulder Hotel have done a MAJOR over haul of this building that was designated for total destruction. This is a 1920s era hotel. So it is not really great for folks with disabilities. The rooms are very comfortable and they offer a number of types of rooms from simple with no baths to a bit more upscale with a full bathroom. Just as it would be in the 1920s. Sadly the hotel is NOT pet friendly. The soaking pool is seperated male and female and there is an out door pool too. Lots of nice hiking in the area and camping is allowed on the grounds. I would come here every week from Missoula if they allowed my dog to stay.

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Matthew Wilson
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Grew up in Boulder and this place has amazing potential. Unfortunately, the current owners prevent it from ever reaching it. They refuse to do any kind of upkeep with the building, so it appears to be in shambles. The rooms are austere and simple, with no modern "luxuries". The place has an incredibly beautiful old bar and ballroom that could be a popular attraction if renovated and utilized, but they choose to use those rooms to hold seances. Yes seances. The hot pools and steam room have appeared dirty every time I've been there, and the outside pool has so many "rules" that you may as well hang out inside and read the paper. Food is bland, organic dishes that do not encourage an appetite. I'd apologize for such a negative review if I didn't live in Boulder, and like so many others here, see so much wasted potential.

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Alice P
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