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Hot Springs and Hot Pools Southwest
Of the Southwest, Baja California and Hawaii

Hot Springs and Hot Pools
Of the Northwest, Canada,
And eastern United States

Although both written some years ago—The springs are still there. You will just have to double check if the public can still access and, if desired, whether or not they remain or are now clothing optional—the Southwest hot springs guidebook and the Northwest one, which also includes Canada, Arkansas, and states east of the Mississippi, Marjorie Gersh-Young has continued to expand on the iconic series established by Jason Loam.

Dr. Voyageur loves these informative guides. He like the author loves the hot springs experience.

Using either guide, we get a "feeling" for the ambiance of each spring or pool. We learn whether or not we can camp on site, how far we must travel for food, etc. Only springs or pools over 90ºF are reviewed, and some artificially heated spots are included, where these will bring pleasure.

Each revision provides more detail. Directions are good--Dr. Voyageur has found them accurate to within one-tenth of a mile. Naturally, off-road directions are sometimes less precise.

The Southwest guide includes Arizona, Baja California, California, Colorado, Hawaii (new this edition), Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah. The Northwest edition covers Alaska, Arkansas, Canada (especially British Columbia), Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, and states east of the Mississippi River, including Florida.

Without reservation, Dr. Voyageur recommends these guidebooks.

Southwest edition >> Buy from Amazon.com

Find out more about the Southwest edition.

Northwest version >> Buy from Amazon.com

Learn more about the Northwest version

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