Hot springs in Colorado are really cool. With their mineral water and natural warmth, they chase away the cold you often feels in the mountains. Springs are especially good after a day of skiing or snowboarding, unless the springs happen to have a rather smelly additive. I’ve been told that the sulfur is “good” for your skin. Let’s face it; it smells really bad. Here’s the kicker, people, including me, pay to spend time in the smelliest bath in Colorado. I’ll admit that the owners have expanded to make the springs more attractive to tourists, but you can smell the place from a mile away. When you leave, you smell like sulfur, even after a shower. My best advice . . . use their towels.