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San Antonio Hot Springs, Jemez Springs

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San Antonio Hot Springs reviews

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TripAdvisor traveler rating 3.5
13 reviews
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4.6
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  • Ruined by all the publicity. It used to be quiet and peaceful. We went on a Friday and there were over thirty people there--only nine or ten can even fit in the little pools. What a shame. 
    Ruined by all the publicity. It used to be quiet and peaceful. We went on a Friday and there were over thirty people there--only nine or ten can even fit in the little pools. What a shame.  more »
  • We headed up to San Antonio hot springs in December on a 40 degree day. We had a 4WD truck so decided to drive up despite the reviews of the road. The road was snowy and rocky, huge bumps and ruts.....  more
    We headed up to San Antonio hot springs in December on a 40 degree day. We had a 4WD truck so decided to drive up despite the reviews of the road. The road was snowy and rocky, huge bumps and ruts.....  more »
  • Its the best hot spring, located in the mountains of Jemez. Enjoying everytime going there! Every season there is magnificent feel and diffrences of the weather make it enjoyable being there. Just... 
    Its the best hot spring, located in the mountains of Jemez. Enjoying everytime going there! Every season there is magnificent feel and diffrences of the weather make it enjoyable being there. Just...  more »
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  • The ride from the main road was rough and narrow, but able to be navigated by a small car unless it’s raining where it could be slippery. Once you park, it’s a 1/2 mile walk down the trail, then over a bridge, then uphill a decent stretch. Once there, I thought the pools would be larger. It was crowded, but glad we did it.
  • Nice easy hike and beautiful views. The only bad part is the last 20 minutes drive on a dirt road with lots of holes, which makes for a long hard ride.
  • The gates were closed when we were there in March but we were fortunate enough to have our gravel bikes to ride in. Even with the gates closed, there were a constant 12-15 people present soaking there. The hike up from the road is very short and easy to follow. The temperature of the pools was nice and the views were great
  • If you are planning to go there before the gate is open and if it is snow, you will need to wear snow boots or shoes that you don't mind getting dirty, a warm jacket, and snacks + water to keep up with your hiking for almost 1.5 hours! ****** We couldn't make it to the top because the gate was closed. Wished there is a sign of closure and caution. It was still fun to go up a little bit and take awesome pictures. It was smart if we prepared completely.
  • WOW! I don’t have a 4x4, but was able to make it up the road in decent time. Hike was short and the pools were so worth it! Hot water, so peaceful and relaxing.

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