Pah Tempe Hot Spring, Hurricane, Utah

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825 East 800 North
Hurricane, UT 84737
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Pah Tempe Hot Springs, also known as La Verkin or Dixie Hot Springs, are located along the Virgin River near where the river cuts through Timpoweap Canyon along the Hurricane Cliffs between the towns of Hurricane and La Verkin. The springs issue at about 42°C (108°F) from multiple vents in fractured limestone. Widespread basalt flows ranging in age from 2 million years to 1,000 years old lie in the vicinity of the springs, possibly relating to local heat sources for the thermal water. (source)

Additional info: http://www.pahtempe.com/home

Nearest Address

825 East 800 North, Hurricane, UT 84737

Directions from Nearest Address

Take I-15 N towards Salt Lake City Exit Scenic Highway 9 towards Hurricane As you leave the town of Hurricane, turn right on The Enchanted Way (just before the canyon bridge).

Vital Information

  • Fee: There is a Fee, call for rates and availability
  • Access: Private
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: N/A
  • Temp: The springs issue at about 42°C (108°F) from multiple vents in fractured limestone.
  • pH: N/A

Hours Spring is Open:

Year Round, by reservation only..(888) 726-8367

GPS: N/A

Map Link: Pah Tempe Hot Spring Map

Submitted by: Jake

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  1. dlg76 says:

    Updated reservation number: 435.635.2879

  2. Chris says:

    $80/ person/ 4 hours (even for a 2 year old)

    • Griff says:

      I just called them, they have 7 pools and when u make a reservation, u get it all to your self for 3 hours. 50 for 1 person, 80 for two, 100 for 3 people 120 for four and $20 for each additional person (this is mid Oct. 2011)

  3. Janmax says:

    Would be really nice to know how long it might take to  get there from differnt plances.

  4. Lavenderplume says:

    Wow! that was amazing!  We went yesterday and loved it.  This is my favorite hot springs so far. You can feel the healing energy of the water. The sand at the bottom makes a great mask exfolliator. The smell is quite strong of sulpher.  Jumping into the Virgin river to cool off leaves you feeling completely energized.  There are shallow parts of the river right next to the hot springs that bubble up like a carbonated drink.  You feel the heat and air coming through the cool water.     The surrounding canyon is very beautiful. Oct 23, 2011

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