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Whether you're searching for a family hot springs resort or an isolated natural soaking pool, Touring Washington and Oregon Hot Springs will guide you to a truly memorable geothermal experience. Thirty-three of the best hot springs in the Pacific Northwest are profiled here. You can relax in the steamy pools at Sol Duc Hot Springs, nestled in the Northern Hemisphere's only temperate rain forest, soak in splendid isolation surrounded by endless sagebrush prairie at Willow Creek Hot Springs in southeastern Oregon, or enjoy a healing mud bath on the shores of mineral-rich Soap Lake in central Washington.Inside you'll find: descriptions of each soaking location; easy-to-read maps and clear directions; suggestions for the best times to visit; historical information on the area. (6 x 9, 224 pages, b&w pages, maps)
Describes 40 of the region's best soaks, with detailed maps and directions, best seasons to visit, and intriguing histories and legends.
Scattered from the rainforests of the Olympic Peninsula to the dry desert lakebeds of the Alvord Desert, the hot springs of Washington and Oregon provide some of the most unique vacation opportunities in the western United States. This guide describes 40 of the region's best soaks, including firsthand descriptions of each soaking location, along with detailed maps and directions, best seasons to visit, and intriguing histories and legends.
Whether visitors are searching for a family hot springs resort with all the conveniences or an isolated natural thermal pool miles from civilization, Touring Washington and Oregon Hot Springs will guide them to a truly memorable escape from the ordinary.
Describes 40 of the regions best soaks including firsthand descriptions of each soaking location along Z99 detailed maps and directions best seasons to visit and intriguing histories and legends