Box Canyon Lodge + Hot Springs

San Juan Mountains, Colorado

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  • Box Canyon Lodge and Hot Springs is situated where there are many outdoor activities nearby.- Box Canyon Lodge + Hot Springs
  • Box Canyon Lodge is located within easy walking distance to the town of Ouray.- Box Canyon Lodge + Hot Springs
  • The view from the top of the deck shows the beautiful canyon setting.- Box Canyon Lodge + Hot Springs
  • Box Canyon Lodge offers sulfur-free hot spring tubs located steps from the rooms.- Box Canyon Lodge + Hot Springs
  • Natural mineral water is pumped into specially designed outdoor tubs that offer a soothing retreat after an outdoor adventure.- Box Canyon Lodge + Hot Springs
  • A warm evening glow welcomes visitors to Box Canyon Lodge and Hot Springs.- Box Canyon Lodge + Hot Springs
  •  No harsh cleaning chemicals, upgraded windows, recycling, and geothermal heat are some of the green initiatives you'll find here.- Box Canyon Lodge + Hot Springs
  • The Lodge owners are advocates for minimizing environmental impact.- Box Canyon Lodge + Hot Springs
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Great lodging! Beautiful, peaceful setting. Hot springs tubs are well-maintained. Staff a delight!
Cons: 
None.
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Region:
San Juan Mountains, CO
Pets allowed: 
No
Year round: 
Yes
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
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Pet Friendly (allowed inside): 
No
ADA/Wheelchair Accessible: 
Yes
Continental Breakfast: 
Yes
Air Conditioning: 
Yes
Cable/TV: 
Yes
Internet/Wi-fi: 
Yes
Hot Tub: 
No
Swimming Pool: 
No
Hot tub: 
Yes
Historical: 
Yes
Linens provided: 
Yes

Reservation Information

Managed by: 
Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs
Reservation phone number: 
970-325-4981
Reservation email: 
Address: 
45 Third Avenue, P. O. Box 439
Ouray, CO 81427
United States
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Property Description

Property Description

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How many exciting adventures can you find in one little town? Visit Ouray, Colorado, and you’ll think you hit the mother lode! For starters, the town is known as the “Jeeping Capital of the World," but that’s just an introduction! You can journey into a gold mine and pan for riches, try rock climbing, or go canyoneering. Visit Box Canyon Park and listen to the thunderous falls. Hike a short family-friendly trail or the nearly completed 5-mile Perimeter Trail. Arrive in winter for snowshoeing, in-town skiing, and sledding, or be amazed at the premier international event for ice climbing enthusiasts! Oh, and that doesn't include the natural hot springs.

Whatever your outdoor adventure, at the end of the day you’ll be delighted to stay at Box Canyon Lodge and Hot Springs. Once called “sacred miracle waters” by a nomadic band of Native Americans known as the Tabeguache Ute, you can watch the sulfur-free mineral springs bubbling from deep within the earth as wisps of steam rise into the mountain air. Just steps from your room on a beautiful terraced deck are four specially designed outdoor tubs filled with  natural mineral water. The soothing water beckons your tired body. Slowly step into the tub and feel the warmth gently caress your aching muscles. Leisurely soak in the all-natural water without a care; there are no chemicals used here. Your skin will feel as though it’s been pampered at a luxury spa, and the soothing effect encourages a care-free nonchalance. Let a sense of extraordinary relaxation take hold and feel all tension dissipate. It doesn’t take long until your muscles relax and your body thanks you. While you soak in the warm water, gaze at the spectacular mountain scenery surrounding you—and start planning your next day’s adventure.

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