Relax in these natural hot springs in a secluded national forest.
Goldbug Hot Springs is located in the Salmon-Challis National Forest. There is a 2-mile hike to get there before arriving at the natural hot springs. These hot springs are fed by a creek and will spill over into waterfalls off the nearby cliff.
The path up to the hot springs is pretty straightforward and easy to follow and is a well-traveled path. Keep in mind that there is private property along the trail. There are several hot springs along the mountain. The further up the mountain you go, the cooler the springs will be. Designated camping sites can be reserved around Goldbug Hot Springs, but there is no camping permitted within 500 feet of the actual hot springs.