Sometimes, you have to push yourself to see the full extent of your capabilities. And what’s a better way to do so than embarking on an arduous hike to Deep Creek Hot Springs? This gem of a natural attraction lies north of the Mojave River at an elevation of 3,000 feet in the San Bernardino National Forest.
Deep Creek Hot Springs is open to the public from sunrise to sundown. There are a few regulations, including packing out all refuse, limiting fishing to two fish that are eight inches or larger, and the prohibition of camping and glass containers within a mile of Deep Creek. Have you taken this challenging hike to Deep Creek Hot Springs? Share your experience with us in the comment section.
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