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Nahanni North Hot Springs

In the Selwyn Mountains, this group of Springs is located on the northeast bank of Lened Creek, about 4 km southeast of Drill Lake. The Springs emerge from the boulders around 400 metres east of the creek, in an area devoid of vegetation, and should be visible from the air. Several mining claims have been filed in the area, and an old adjacent road connects it to the town of tungsten, 50 kilometres southeast. In the winter, snowmobiles may be able to reach the Springs. Two Springs and several smaller drips create a 60 m wide gift in his own.
The water is clear, has a strong sulphur odour, and reaches a maximum temperature of 60 degrees Celsius. It has a somewhat low dissolved mineral content and supports a vibrant alge display in the streams. tufa of a tiny size Nearby, there are mounds.

 

 

A steamy soak in the baths of Hirayu Onsen ♨️

As the temperature drops, thoughts turn to warming up in piping-hot baths. One of Japan's most renowned hot spring villages is found in the heart of the Japanese archipelago in Chubusangaku National Park. This is Gifu Prefecture's Okuhida Onsen-go, a hot spring area consisting of five villages: Hirayu Onsen, Fukuji Onsen, Shinhirayu Onsen, Tochio Onsen, and Shinhotaka Onsen. ✨

Tucked away in the forest at the foot of the Northern Alps’ Mt. Norikura is Hirayu Onsen. An abundant supply of high-quality hot spring water combines with incredible scenery to make this historical hot spring village a must-visit for onsen aficionados. ☺️

Though the area was once difficult to access from Tokyo, Hirayu Onsen can now be reached in approximately five hours from Japan's capital. A variety of traditional and modern lodging facilities provide accommodation while the natural surroundings and hot springs provide plenty of activities to enjoy. The deep snows of winter are particularly picturesque when seen from the warmth of a hot spring bath.❄️

Fancy soaking in a hot spring surrounded by pristine snow? Let us know with a ♨️ in the comments!

📸 Hot springs in the snow (Photo By © Okuhida Onsengo)

#Japan #Travel #Tourism #ExploreJapan #DiscoverJapan #VisitJapan #ChubusangakuNationalPark #Gifu #HotSprings #Onsen #Okuhida #NationalPark #HirayuOnsen #NorthernAlps #日本 #国立公園

A steamy soak in the baths of Hirayu Onsen ♨️

As the temperature drops, thoughts turn to warming up in piping-hot baths. One of Japan's most renowned hot spring villages is found in the heart of the Japanese archipelago in Chubusangaku National Park. This is Gifu Prefecture's Okuhida Onsen-go, a hot spring area consisting of five villages: Hirayu Onsen, Fukuji Onsen, Shinhirayu Onsen, Tochio Onsen, and Shinhotaka Onsen. ✨

Tucked away in the forest at the foot of the Northern Alps’ Mt. Norikura is Hirayu Onsen. An abundant supply of high-quality hot spring water combines with incredible scenery to make this historical hot spring village a must-visit for onsen aficionados. ☺️

Though the area was once difficult to access from Tokyo, Hirayu Onsen can now be reached in approximately five hours from Japan's capital. A variety of traditional and modern lodging facilities provide accommodation while the natural surroundings and hot springs provide plenty of activities to enjoy. The deep snows of winter are particularly picturesque when seen from the warmth of a hot spring bath.❄️

Fancy soaking in a hot spring surrounded by pristine snow? Let us know with a ♨️ in the comments!

📸 Hot springs in the snow (Photo By © Okuhida Onsengo)

#Japan #Travel #Tourism #ExploreJapan #DiscoverJapan #VisitJapan #ChubusangakuNationalPark #Gifu #HotSprings #Onsen #Okuhida #NationalPark #HirayuOnsen #NorthernAlps #日本 #国立公園
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足あげ決めていつものポーズ🦵

はい🙋
私と今から足指ジャンケン✊✌️✋
勝負です👱‍♀️

私は✋を出しますから
皆様足指で✌️
してくださいね🤔

うまく出来ましたか❓

2022年1月の万座温泉にて🤳
#源泉かけ流し #群馬県
#温泉好きな人と繋がりたい
#旅行好きな人と繋がりたい
#温泉巡り #源泉 #onsen #hotsprings #relaxing #グルメの旅#japantrip #japanhotspring #湯もみチャンネル
#癒しの時間 #onsen♨️
#万座温泉湯の花旅館
#湯の花旅館 #万座温泉 #湯の花旅館 #群馬 #秘湯 #温活 
#湯治 #嬬恋村 #夜の露天風呂

足あげ決めていつものポーズ🦵

はい🙋
私と今から足指ジャンケン✊✌️✋
勝負です👱‍♀️

私は✋を出しますから
皆様足指で✌️
してくださいね🤔

うまく出来ましたか❓

2022年1月の万座温泉にて🤳
#源泉かけ流し #群馬県
#温泉好きな人と繋がりたい
#旅行好きな人と繋がりたい
#温泉巡り #源泉 #onsen #hotsprings #relaxing #グルメの旅#japantrip #japanhotspring #湯もみチャンネル
#癒しの時間 #onsen♨️
#万座温泉湯の花旅館
#湯の花旅館 #万座温泉 #湯の花旅館 #群馬 #秘湯 #温活
#湯治 #嬬恋村 #夜の露天風呂
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Snowy days at my new favorite hot spring. (And what to pack with you when visiting them in the winter)

𝐁𝐎𝐎𝐊𝐌𝐀𝐑𝐊 𝐓𝐇𝐈𝐒 𝐏𝐎𝐒𝐓 𝐅𝐎𝐑 𝐅𝐔𝐓𝐔𝐑𝐄 𝐓𝐑𝐀𝐕𝐄𝐋

No joke. You have to be mentally prepared to visit a hot spring in the middle of winter. As you can imagine, it's cold - BUT the conditions are next level. Wet, slippery, icy.. did I mention wet?

Here are a few things I wish I would have remembered to bring (so that maybe you won't make the same mistake).

Microspikes - If you're hiking into a hot spring in the winter - it's definitely a good idea to bring some microspikes. Even if it's not snowing, the trail can still get wet and slippery.

Some sort of bag/trash bag to put our clothes/towels in - We had a few waterproof bags, but honestly, they were too small. Next time I will bring a few bags to put our dry clothes and towels in, that we can keep near us, and another large bag to put our hiking bags in/gear in.

Hand warmers - did I mention it was cold. Lol, we had a few but we could have used 2-4 more. I would have loved to have put a few hand warmers mixed in with our clothes to keep them warm.

A waterproof case to hold my cell phone, and a microfiber wipe to wipe my camera screen and my phone.

What I'm glad I brought: 
Smaller water proof bags - which I was happy to have to put our wet clothes and towels in after.

Sandals with straps for walking around the pools because otherwise my feet would have been frozen - plus they helped with grip.

Plenty of water - since it was cold, the last thing I wanted to do was get out of the pool. Hot springs definitely can dehydrate you so I was just happy we had a lot of water with us.

Wine - a personal favorite.

It's up to us to take care of nature. Please be respectful and remember to leave no trace.

Photo taken by decapture

🗺️ To find this hike, and other amazing hot springs in Utah, download my Google Map of Utah - link in bio.

Snowy days at my new favorite hot spring. (And what to pack with you when visiting them in the winter)

𝐁𝐎𝐎𝐊𝐌𝐀𝐑𝐊 𝐓𝐇𝐈𝐒 𝐏𝐎𝐒𝐓 𝐅𝐎𝐑 𝐅𝐔𝐓𝐔𝐑𝐄 𝐓𝐑𝐀𝐕𝐄𝐋

No joke. You have to be mentally prepared to visit a hot spring in the middle of winter. As you can imagine, it's cold - BUT the conditions are next level. Wet, slippery, icy.. did I mention wet?

Here are a few things I wish I would have remembered to bring (so that maybe you won't make the same mistake).

Microspikes - If you're hiking into a hot spring in the winter - it's definitely a good idea to bring some microspikes. Even if it's not snowing, the trail can still get wet and slippery.

Some sort of bag/trash bag to put our clothes/towels in - We had a few waterproof bags, but honestly, they were too small. Next time I will bring a few bags to put our dry clothes and towels in, that we can keep near us, and another large bag to put our hiking bags in/gear in.

Hand warmers - did I mention it was cold. Lol, we had a few but we could have used 2-4 more. I would have loved to have put a few hand warmers mixed in with our clothes to keep them warm.

A waterproof case to hold my cell phone, and a microfiber wipe to wipe my camera screen and my phone.

What I'm glad I brought:
Smaller water proof bags - which I was happy to have to put our wet clothes and towels in after.

Sandals with straps for walking around the pools because otherwise my feet would have been frozen - plus they helped with grip.

Plenty of water - since it was cold, the last thing I wanted to do was get out of the pool. Hot springs definitely can dehydrate you so I was just happy we had a lot of water with us.

Wine - a personal favorite.

It's up to us to take care of nature. Please be respectful and remember to leave no trace.

Photo taken by decapture

🗺️ To find this hike, and other amazing hot springs in Utah, download my Google Map of Utah - link in bio.
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Maybe it was -1 degrees outside but in here, you couldn’t feel it 

Beanie merrell 
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#letitsnow #easternsierra #hotsprings #hotspring #sundayfunday #adventure #explore #beautiful #naturelovers #spatime #metime #selfcare #bestoftheday #ohyes #mammothlakes #vitamind

Maybe it was -1 degrees outside but in here, you couldn’t feel it

Beanie merrell
Sunglasses goodr
Top prana
📍 Mammoth Lakes

#letitsnow #easternsierra #hotsprings #hotspring #sundayfunday #adventure #explore #beautiful #naturelovers #spatime #metime #selfcare #bestoftheday #ohyes #mammothlakes #vitamind
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