It's a New Mexican tradition to soak your hearts and bones!

Choose below from one of our favorite hikes, or contact us to chat about alternative options!

Privacy honored for all hot springs trips in the National Forest!

Amenities

All of these hot springs hikes include:

  • Pick-up/drop-off to your hotel or other designated meet-up spot
  • Organic trail mix, fruit and other snacks provided at no additional cost
  • Filtered, clean water in reusable bottles, cooled and ready to go
  • Extra packs provided if needed
  • Hiking Poles available
  • Fresh, clean towels

Rates

1 Person
$130              $100 for Jemez Trips

2 People
$200               $150 for Jemez Trips

3-4 People
$265              $175 for Jemez Trips

5-6 People
$375                $245 for Jemez Trips

*Cost includes everything including insurance for our staff to take care of you out on the trail!

*Cost does not include private tubs at private resorts

*Children under 12 hike for a discounted rate, just ask us!

* 8% NM Tax and Gratuity not included


Hot Springs Hikes:


Sangre de Cristo forest/10,000 Waves Soak
Coy Pond at 10,000 waves spa, set in the forest in the Sangre de cristos

Coy Pond at 10,000 waves spa, set in the forest in the Sangre de cristos

1 hour drive (Round Trip)

Nice During: Anytime

Popularity: Moderate

Trail Level: Moderate

 Length: 2.5-5 miles (Round trip) 2-3 hours

               2 hours Soaking

Conceptualize relaxation. This outing is how we embody the sometimes hard-to-attain state of being. A favorite for locals, this is something special we want to share with visitors. We start with a relaxing walk through the nearby forest, our path chosen per season and length desired, taking in the fresh air and wild land. Then we proceed to 10,000 Waves, a famous Japanese Spa which offers tranquility in water. Cost covers 2 hours of soaking in communal tubs for you and your party. Private tubs are available for more. Definitely a Hearts & Bones favorite.

Ojo Caliente Springs and Hike
Private mineral tub and kiva fireplace may await you at ojo!

Private mineral tub and kiva fireplace may await you at ojo!

2 hour drive (Round Trip)

Nice During: Anytime

Popularity: Moderate-Heavy Traffic

Trail Level: Easy

Length: 1.5-4.5 miles (Round trip) 1-2 hours

             2 hours Soaking

Ojo Caliente is one of the foremost natural spas in the southwest. Originally used by the Tewa people almost 1000 years ago, Ojo connects us easily to the past. We visit the ancient P'osi Pueblo ruins above the springs as well as explore an old Mica mine on a short hike before you are allowed to soak for up to 2 hours at your leisure in the ten mineral-rich outdoor pools, as well as use the sauna and mud bath. This is a beautiful way to see the Northern New Mexican landscape, explore history of land and people, and connect to the earth through her waters. Your body and mind will thank you for this one.

San Antonio Hot Springs, Jemez Mtn's
one of several hot pools at san antonio on a cool fall day

one of several hot pools at san antonio on a cool fall day

3 hour drive (Round Trip)

Nice During: Anytime

Popularity: Moderate Traffic

Trail Level: Easy

Length: 5 miles one way (car pick-up back) 2.5 hours

             1+ hours soaking

San Antonio Hot Springs are a hidden gem that we are making more accessible for you. A local secret and favorite for centuries (yes), these springs are special. 100 degree water spills out of a volcanic hillside into five little pools, cascading down to San Antonio creek below. The water is clear, even free from algae, and rich with silica (so good for your bones). To get there, we can either walk 5 miles along the road through gorgeous forest, or we can drive until the last .6 miles (except for winter) for a shorter walk and longer soak. Either way, this is a fantastic way to spend the day.

McCauley Hot Springs, Jemez Mtn's
Pools at Mccauley hot springs

Pools at Mccauley hot springs

3 hour drive (Round Trip)

Nice During: Anytime

Popularity: Moderate/Heavy Traffic

Trail Level: Easy

Length: 4 miles (Round Trip) 2 hours

             1+ Hours Soaking

We begin our hike at the stunning geological formation of Battleship Rock, located in the Heart of the Jemez Mountains. It is an uphill 2 miles to the springs, which at 95 degrees are refreshing and superbly relaxing in any kind of weather. Allow yourself to fully let go in these clear pools, and little fish will give you a pedicure. Hawks and ravens often soar overhead, and the gentle whispering of pines might lull you into a zen state. A great choice for the wilderness lovers out there.


The mountains are calling, will you answer?


“Water does not resist. Water flows. When you plunge your hand into it, all you feel is a caress. Water is not a solid wall, it will not stop you. But water always goes where it wants to go, and nothing in the end can stand against it. Water is patient. Dripping water wears away a stone. Remember that, my child. Remember you are half water. If you can't go through an obstacle, go around it. Water does.” -Margaret Atwood, Penelopiad