Guard on Duty: Lather Up
Colorado is famous for its 300-plus days of sunshine. That means even though the temperatures might be frigid, the sun is still out in full force emitting ultra violet radiation. UVA and UVB rays are known to cause premature aging, eye damage and skin cancers. As the sun reflects on the snow and ice, skin can be exposed to twice as many ultraviolet rays. To protect yourself, slather on a high SPF sunscreen when you visit Glenwood Hot Springs, even in winter. Forgot your sunscreen? No worries, you can pick up some at the Sport Shop.