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Touring Arizona Hot Springs guides you to more than twenty-five of the state's best hot springs, whether you're seeking a mineral soak or looking for a sightseeing adventure. Historian and veteran outdoors author Matt Bischoff reveals his favorite "hot spots," from primitive pools in the backcountry to whirlpool mineral baths near civilization. For more than twenty-five years, FalconGuides® have set the standard for outdoor guidebooks. Written by top experts, each guide invites you to experience the adventure and beauty of the outdoors.
Look inside to find: Firsthand descriptions of soaking locationsDetailed maps and directionsHistorical background information on the hot springs and their surroundingsTips on safety, access, and availability of servicesBest time of year, restrictions, water temperature, camping info, and more
This book describes over 30 of the best hot springs in the state.
Fully updated, this guide has detailed information on twenty-eight of the best natural and accessible hot springs in Arizona.
Whether you're seeking a soak or simply out for a sightseeing adventure, let Touring Arizona Hot Springs be your guide. Author Matt Bischoff provides detailed information on 33 of the best hot springs in Arizona. Take a trip short in mileage but long on history to Buckhorn Mineral Wells, located within the Phoenix metropolitan area. End a hard day's play at Roper Lake State Park with a relaxing dip in the park's natural hot springs tub. Spend a day in splendid isolation surrounded by spectacular scenery as you soak in the remote Oatman Warm Springs. Grab a towel and a copy of this book and take off for an unforgettable geothermal adventure.
About the Author
lives in the foothills outside of Sacramento, California with his wife Patty, and son Luke. He is a professional historian by trade, currently working for California State Parks. One of his greatest enjoyments is exploring God's creation, and seeking out new hot springs. Often, the story surrounding the hot spring is just as interesting as the hot spring itself, as each one has its own unique history.