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Diana Han reviewed Kirkham Hot Springs
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HikingGreat!

Beautiful!

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Stephen Bartlett reviewed Kirkham Hot Springs
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Nature tripsGreat!

Beautiful. Arrived early and besides one other person had the place to myself. Beautiful views, hot and clear water, and serenity.

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Jenna Taddeo reviewed Kirkham Hot Springs
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Great!

Day use parking is 7am - 9pm but I got there around 6am and the entire campground was empty. I had the place to myself for 2 hours and it was amazing!

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Jenna Taddeo reviewed Bonneville Hot Springs
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WalkingGreat!

One of my favorite hot springs I’ve visited so far. So much room, so much privacy and amazingly hot temperatures

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Dave Haworth reviewed Pine Flats Hot Spring
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HikingBugsFeeGreat!Rocky

Not much hiking, but this location is all about the hot springs. We went on a Tuesday afternoon and the two lower hot springs had teenage girls in one, and a couple getting romantic in the other. we heard of a bigger hot spring higher up the mountain, and we had it all to ourselves. I had never been to a hot spring before and I have to admit I was in Heaven. Warm 80 degrees in the hot spring, and a cool 70-degree breeze hitting your face. The hot spring we enjoyed is more difficult than the others and recommend good hiking boots. It is very easy to slip on the wet rocks covered in algae. The highest hot spring is great once you get up there and the one below should only be accessed to people who are not clumpsy because one wrong move and you can fall off the cliff side. The views are amazing once you are relaxing in the hot spring. Always be respectful and pack in, and pack out. It was sad to see so many cigarette butts on the trail and other trash. Let's keep America clean folks.

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Raquel Zepeda reviewed Bonneville Hot Springs
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julie_journeys on instagram reviewed Bonneville Hot Springs
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Hiking

This was an absolutely lovely place. Gorgeous scenery, many hot springs (some are too hot, some are just right) and it was relatively quiet on a Saturday morning (8:30AM - only one other group). Make sure to check out the shack on top of the hill, and soak in the bathtub! Follow my instagram for more adventures @julie_journeys

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julie_journeys on instagram reviewed Kirkham Hot Springs
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Hiking

Magical place on earth. River can be turquoise, tons of hot ponds and hot waterfalls. Very popular for a reason - pick an off hour or keep walking past the crowds to explore quieter parts of the river. Was happy to find a quiet pool and watch a deer pick some choice leaves off a bush across the river. Follow my instagram for more adventures @julie_journeys

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Nathan Hansen reviewed Grandjean Sawtooth Lake Loop
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Hiking

Well worth my 800 mile round trip! More like a 20 mile loop. View video of this trail at https://youtu.be/yQxjrl-3gb4

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julie_journeys on instagram reviewed Pine Flats Hot Spring
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Hiking

I don't even want to tell anyone about this magical place!!!!!!!!! Just go, before everyone else catches on. Follow my instagram for more adventures @julie_journeys

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Gabby Salmeron reviewed Kirkham Hot Springs
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Great spot. Definitely get there early to avoid crowds but since there aren’t too many pools it doesn’t get too busy anyway. Definitely wear water shoes or bring hiking shoes to navigate the slipper rocks, it’s worth it!

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Alexander Barnes reviewed Grandjean Sawtooth Lake Loop
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Hiking

trail super over grown lots of rock slide and down trees brutal rock slide sections

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Kip Spittle reviewed Grandjean Sawtooth Lake Loop
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BackpackingGreat!

Really beautiful fall hike and we did the full 18-mile loop. We made this a two-day trek to complete the loop clockwise. Once you hit the trail, try to fill your Nalgene up at each river crossing, it helps to keep hydrated and make sure you hit your last fill-up around 4.5 miles up (as that will be the last natural water fill for a while). Mile 5-7 have you journeying through the burnt section of the trail; however, still beautiful in its own way. Keep in mind you will be going up for 7 straight miles. Water and river crossing were easy and painless in September with us never getting our feet wet. Once you hit the summit, the view is unbelievable. Take it in and then head on down to Sawtooth Lake on the North Fork Baron Sawtooth Lake Trail and water up. It reminded me of Crater Lake with its beauty. There are a few campspots once you hit the bottom, most are taken quickly, but don't fret - keep going past Sawtooth Lake and there are two more unnamed lakes that are amazing, quite and worth the extra mile to get to (bring your swim gear). We camped there for the night and my attached pictures show the view. This will put you at 10-11 miles into your 18 mile hike, so it will be a heavy first day, but worth it to take it a little easier on day two as most of the trek is downhill or flat. There are some rock slides that make the trail appear to stop, but within 30 seconds you will see where the trail picks up and make your way around any obstacles (rocks, fallen trees). Day 2 has you witnessing some amazing sites and water features as well. As a novice hiker in his 40's this hike was very doable and I had about 30 lbs on my pack. I was definitely tired, but nothing too tough and well worth the victory of completing the loop. I never felt lost and although the trail gets a little brushy, you can pretty easily find your way through. We saw a total of 8 humans on the trail, so there is lots of solitude. Hightly recommended trip. Remember to pack some iced adult beverages in your car as a reward upon you return. Enjoy!!!!

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Alexander Barnes reviewed Grandjean Sawtooth Lake Loop
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Alexander Barnes reviewed Grandjean Sawtooth Lake Loop
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Hiking

Much more difficult than expected. constant climbing. views are good but so far not sure they are worth the climb

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Jacque Sansaver reviewed Grandjean Sawtooth Lake Loop
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Alexander Barnes reviewed Grandjean Sawtooth Lake Loop
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Matthew Chatten reviewed Pine Flats Hot Spring
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Hiking

Interesting little hot springs. Not crowded when I was there.

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Melissa Bence reviewed Pine Flats Hot Spring
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More like a great adventure than a hike. It is at a campground and walk down to the hot springs. There were many and some too hot to stay in. My grandkids (14 & 8) loved them and had a great time exploring. We had our picnic while soaking in one of the Hot Springs:)!

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Trevor Sherts reviewed Grandjean Sawtooth Lake Loop
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The first half getting to Sawtooth Lake is a long haul all up consistent grade and very exposed to sun due to the burned parts of forest. Views at the lake are spectacular as are the views heading past the lake into the valley. During early September when we did the hike portions of the return part of the loop going downhill were very overgrown, and some seemingly fresh rockfalls made for an interesting descent. overall well worth while trail.

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Kristen Hauser reviewed Grandjean Sawtooth Lake Loop
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Noah Beumer reviewed Grandjean Sawtooth Lake Loop
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BackpackingGreat!Over grown

Great loop! Went clockwise and loved the dramatic reveal of Sawtooth Lake. Had some over growth, rock slides to navigate over and 2 decent river crossings on the way down.

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Anthony Colon reviewed Pine Flats Hot Spring
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Anthony Colon reviewed Kirkham Hot Springs
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Kati Chachere reviewed Grandjean Sawtooth Lake Loop
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BackpackingBugsGreat!No shadeOver grown

Tips: Bring water shoes. Go CW. This trail is yet another amazing Sawtooth gem. I love how these trails were cut well and have a steady grade along with many magnificent viewpoints. The descent down the Baron Creek side is quite overgrown in places and there is some stinging nettle so wear pants that day. We camped at the McCord Lakes just short of the Sawtooth Lake saddle. The 4.2 quake was a surprise but we were opposite the lake from the ridge so at no risk for rockfall (although we heard plenty of it). Would highly recommend this trail.

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