This Primitive Hot Springs Trail In Wyoming Is Everything You Need This Winter
If you’re looking for a top destination in Wyoming, plan a trip to Granite Hot Springs in winter. This primitive, middle-of-nowhere soaking spot can only be accessed via one trail. And though it takes a little bit of work to get there, if you ask me, the payoff is so worth it! Come with us to explore the scenic hot springs near Pinedale Wyoming.
Follow outdoor explorer Alternate Adventures on this quick tour of this Wyoming hot springs.
You can find more information about dog sled tours to Granite Hot Springs here. Mushing to the springs is an adventure worthy of anyone’s bucket list. Also, if you’re searching for more winter adventures, check out these top-rated attractions in Wyoming that will make your winter months complete.
For more information about the Granite Hot Springs area itself, visit the Forest Service website.
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Aside from Granite Hot Springs, are there more hot springs in Wyoming?
While Granite Hot Springs is one of the best hot springs in Wyoming, here are some more springs that are worthy of your list:
- Hot Springs State Park, Thermopolis
- The Saratoga Hobo Hot Pool, Saratoga
- Dunanda Falls Hot Springs, Yellowstone
- Kelly Warm Springs, Kelly
- Boiling River Hot Springs, Yellowstone
- Saratoga Hot Springs Resort, Saratoga
Discover more by reading our previous article about these hot springs in Wyoming.
What are the best winter hiking trails in Wyoming?
One of the best ways to see the beauty of our state is by exploring the hiking trails during the colder season. And here are the best winter hiking trails in Wyoming that we recommend:
- Black Sand Basin Ski Trail, Yellowstone
- Vedauwoo Climbing Area, Buford
- Devils Tower National Monument, Devils Tower
- Taggart Lake, Grand Teton National Park
- Shoshone National Forest, Cody
- Lakes Trail, Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest, Bosler
- Bighorn National Forest, Buffalo
- Medicine Bow Trail - Routt National Forest, Laramie
- Rotary Park and Bridal Veil Falls, Casper
- Shell Falls Interpretive Site, Shell
Be sure to read our article telling you more about these winter hiking trails in Wyoming.
What are some more winter activities in Wyoming?
If you’re searching for more winter activities in Wyoming, here are some that belong on your bucket list:
- Horse-Drawn Sleigh Ride at the National Elk Refuge, Jackson
- Snowshoeing, Yellowstone National Park
- Chase Frozen Waterfalls
- Ice Fish at Sulfur Creek Reservoir, Evanston
- Wallis Recreation Area, Buford
- National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson
- Jackson Hole Iditarod Sled Dog Tours, Jackson
- Yellowstone National Park
- Cody & Sleeping Giant, Cody
- Cheyenne Aquatic Center, Cheyenne
isit our website to learn more about the best winter attractions in Wyoming.