Soak at Breitenbush Hot Springs

Breitenbush Hot Springs

Activities

Chillin, Swimming

Skill

Beginner

Season

Year Round

Hot Springs
Romantic

Breitenbush is a hot spring, retreat and conference center. You can enjoy a soak in the natural pools and stay in one of the cabins or camp afterward.

This hot springs are run by a collective, The Breitenbush Community, who run the conference center and lodging as well as maintain the hot springs. You can relax in these natural springs during the day from 9am-6pm. Be sure to call ahead of time to check availability and save your spot -- (503) 854-3320. You can check on the hot springs availability at their website: breitenbush.com.

If you're feeling inclined to make it an overnight stay, you can also book a cabin by calling them.

Photo: W & J

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Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

Nearby Lodging

From $120/night

LOGE Bend

Bend, Oregon

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I think most people tend to ignore the packlist and leave their swimsuit at home. Still recommend for a snowy day or a relaxing get away!

Activities

Chillin, Swimming

Skill

Beginner

Season

Year Round

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