There is nothing quite like a soak in a natural hot springs.  Take in the stunning mountain views and the sounds of crisp river water as you relax in soothing mineral pools.
Hot Springs in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area include:
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Russian John Hot Springs 
8 miles north of SNRA Headquarters 1000 yards west off Highway 75. An Old Sheepherder soaking pool - Gets water from the spring at 89 degrees.

Elkhorn Hot Spring 
About 5 miles east of
Stanley on Highway 75, near mile marker 192. A small soaking box on the rocks between the road and the Salmon River.

Kem Hot Springs 
6 miles northeast of
Stanley on Highway 75, located on the edge of the Salmon River. Water flows out of the Springs into volunteer built rock and sand soaking pools at 110 Degrees.

Sunbeam Hot Springs 
Just west of Sunbeam off of Hwy 75. The water flows out of the springs at 160 degrees, but there are built pools along the edge of  the river to mix river water with the hot water.

Hot Springs managed by the Ketchum Ranger District:

Frenchman's Bend Hot Springs

7 miles out Warm Springs Road located on the west side.  Public use from 4am to 10pm, bathing suits required; no alcohol, no glass containers and parking is restricted to a designated parking zone.

Warfield Hot Springs

On Warm Springs Creek Road, 11 miles west of Ketchum on Warm Springs Road.  Water flows from 2 springs, one 97 degrees and the other 102 degrees.

Worswick Hot Springs

West of Warfield Hot Springs on FS 227.  Mineral water flows out at about 150 degrees.