Fall in Glenwood Springs
Soak in the splendor of Colorado’s fall colors at Glenwood Hot Springs!
Autumn has arrived in Glenwood Springs, Colorado’s premier hot springs destination; and the change of seasons brings with it a palette of fabulous Colorado fall colors. Now is the perfect time to plan a visit to Glenwood Hot Springs. Summer crowds are gone, yet warm daytime temperatures still prevail. Fall lodging packages and lower admission rates have also arrived. For guests, it’s pure gold – a season highlighted by Nature’s beauty, healing hot springs and down-to-earth values.
Located in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, Glenwood Hot Springs is an outdoor, geo-thermally heated hot springs pool that is surrounded by mountains. From any vantage point at the Hot Springs Pool, visitors can fully admire the artistry of Mother Nature while soaking in the mineral-rich waters!
To turn a visit to Glenwood Hot Springs into a full-blown fall retreat, head to the award-winning Spa of the Rockies. The spa menu includes a bounty of options for relaxing including massage, body treatments, facials and nail services. Be sure to ask about the monthly spa special which bundles several services and often features season-specific natural remedies, neroli oil derived from the blossoms of the bitter orange tree for instance.
At Glenwood Hot Springs, fall is also considered an off-peak season, in other words right now, before the snow flies, is the time to squirrel away some savings. In addition to lower pool admission prices, the Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge offers value-packed lodging packages that always include a full, hot breakfast and unlimited admission to the pools. It’s a well known fact that a stay at the Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge is one of the best values in Glenwood Springs any time of year, most especially in autumn.