hot springs and day spas

Mineral Springs and Day Spas in and around Taos

New Mexico is blessed with some of the finest hot springs on the planet. There are beautiful springs at the end of a long hike in the wilderness, lovely gems that are only a short hike, and resorts that run the gamut from rustic to luxurious. However you like to soak, there’s a pool for you. When you lower yourself into one of our hot springs, surrounded by incredible beauty of this area and close your eyes, the feeling is simply fantastic.

Natural Hot Springs

Manby Hot Springs (also referred to as Stagecoach Hot Springs) are a series of small, warm pools at the bottom of the gorge that offers an iconic experience and breathtaking views.

Manby Hot Springs does not have public access along the road to the springs, which is a private road. The only legal access to Manby Hot Springs is from the river. Tune Drive, the road to the hot springs, and all lands along Tune Drive are privately owned and currently not open to the public.

Black Rock Hot Springs is located north of Taos, west of the quaint village of Arroyo Hondo, across from the John Dunn Bridge on the west bank of the Rio Grande. Pool temperatures are usually about 97 F depending on how high the river is. Black Rock is well known and easy to reach, so don’t expect to be alone.

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