Fifth Water Hot Springs
an hour drive and a 4 mile hike, brings you into the free and open nature hot spring. People camp here on summer days, and enjoy the relaxation. Can be California style sometimes during the week.
About a 30-45 minute drive from Provo down Spanish Fork Canyon. A bit of a hike to get there but totally worth it! The hot springs do cater to families with smaller children, so no nudity please. You can access this year-round too!
Hike in to an amazing set of natural hot springs. If you go in the winter, it's extra relaxing to get in the hot water after a cold hike, but be careful as the trail can get icy!
This is a very popular hike and fun destination with the awesome hot springs at the end. Beautiful hike even if you decide not to get into the hot springs. In the non winter months it is a 2.5 mile hike, but in the wintertime it is a 13 miles round trip due to the gates that close the road. You…
Favorite Two Mile Hike in the County.... Take a Towel...wear your suit under your clothes. enjoy an hour in the springs at the top and waterfall... (REALLY ROCKY TRAIL...take good shoes...and don't twist your ankle!)
This is a easy 4.5 mile round-trip hike to hot springs only 25 minutes away. During Covid Check if open.
“American Fork Canyon is a canyon in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah, United States. The canyon is famous for the Timpanogos Cave National Monument, which resides on its south side. It is named after the American Fork River which runs through the bottom of the canyon.”
“gorgeous sightseeing location! scenic driving route on the alpine loop if you want to see the sights without making a climb. great choice for a beautiful static OR active experience.”