Hot Springs Guidebooks

It’s always a good idea to go offline when seeking hot springs. What better way to track down your next favorite stellar soak than with a trusty book! The following guidebooks feature hot springs in Oregon and the northwest.

Touring Hot Springs Washington and Oregon: A Guide to the States’ Best Hot Springs 2nd Edition

Hiking Hot Springs in the Pacific Northwest: A Guide to the Area’s Best Backcountry Hot Springs (Regional Hiking Series)

Hot Springs and Hot Pools of the Northwest: Jayson Loam’s Original Guide (Hot Springs & Hot Pools of the Northwest: Jayson Loam’s)

Umbrella Guide to Northwest Natural Hotsprings (Umbrella Guides to the Pacific Northwest)

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Soak Supplies – Thermometers

The water temperature in any given hot springs pool is bound to fluctuate. A good thermometer is paramount to hot springing without burning or freezing one’s buns off!

Etekcity Lasergrip 774 Non-contact Digital Laser Infrared Thermometer Temperature Gun

Taylor Commercial Waterproof Digital Cooking Thermometer

Taylor Compact Waterproof Digital Pen Thermometer

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Giant Microfiber Towels

A large, quick drying towel is of the utmost importance post soak, especially during the cooler seasons. Our picks are below!

Gray Rainleaf 24×48 Microfiber Towel

Green Rainleaf 30×60 Microfiber Towel

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And For the Most Dedicated Hot Springer – Waterproof Backpacks

Here’s the Real Real. You are going to be fording and paddling rivers, getting rained and snowed on and you are going to want DRY gear. A waterproof backpack is your best op for keeping your clothes, towel and food dry while traveling to and soaking at natural hot springs.

30L Dry Bag Backpack

22L Dry Bag Backpack

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