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Baker Hot Springs

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Baker Hot Springs - Delta, Utah
Baker Hot Springs

Baker Hot Springs

Elevation:

4,646 ft

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Camping: Dispersed

Water: Provide your own. 

Services: No services for 60 miles.


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Baker Hot Springs (also known as Crater Springs and Abraham Hot Springs) are a series of geothermal springs located on Fumarole Butte, northwest of the town of Delta, Utah. camping available at this hot springs. Baker Hot Springs is not maintained or cleaned. The hot springs are full of algae. Baker hot springs provides three tubs for soaking. Each of the three tubs in large enough to accommodate several people. Two sources of water fill the tubs. One ditch carries the hot water while the another carries the cold water. You have complete control over the temperature. Baker is very popular for the nearby town of Detla, so skinny dippers beware. clothing is optional. se caution when visiting Baker Springs. The hot water source is extremely hot and needs to be cooled before you can soak. To the north of the parking area there is a small dirt road that will take you to the source of the springs. The source is within walking distance from the tubs, about 200 yards The hot mineral water emerges from the spring at 180°F/82°C. The primary mineral content is manganese and water has a high Sulphur content giving it the characteristic "rotten egg" smell. The spring water discharges at 17 gallons per second, and flows into three concrete soaking pools, approximately 5' x 8'; these concrete structures are all that is left of an old resort. Next to the soaking pools is a channel with cold spring water that can be diverted into the soaking pools to cool the water. Nearby are hot water seeps that can be dug out to create primitive soaking pools. The above written content is from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baker_Hot_Springs

Baker Hot Springs - Delta, Utah

Utah

Juab County

39°36'46.1"N 112°43'45.2"W

Utah

Baker Hot Springs Rd, Delta, Utah



Directions: Baker Hot Springs is located 16 miles west of the Intermountain Power Plant near Delta. Turn towards the Intermountain Power Plant (HWY174) from US-6 just south of Lynndyl, Utah. Head west 16 to 18 miles. Turn right onto the next dirt road you come to (it's the only road to the right that has a stop sign, 16 to 18 miles west of US-6) and follow that road 7 miles. Watch for the willows off the right side of the road. From Salt Lake City, Utah take I-15 S/I-80 E from 400 S/University Blvd 4 min (1.6 mi) Follow I-15 S to State Rte 41/UT-28 S in Juab County. Take exit 228 from I-15 S 1 h 7 min (79.3 mi) Take UT-132 W and Brush Wellman Rd to Baker Hot Springs Rd h 13 min (67.6 mi)

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September 21, 2017 / November 1996 | 1995

Abandoned

Abandoned

Ancient Ruins

Ancient Ruins

Caves

Caves

Desert

Desert

Forest

Forest

Ghost Towns

Ghost Towns

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Historical

Hot Springs

Hot Springs

Lakes

Lakes

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