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Reservation and Donations:
Secure your spot and contribute to the preservation of Scenic Hot Springs by making a reservation in advance and considering a donation to maintain this cherished natural gem.
Remember that Scenic Hot Springs is privately owned, and access is granted based on the owner’s terms and conditions. Respect the property and follow the guidelines to ensure a harmonious experience for all.
Safety and Preparedness:
Be prepared for the rugged terrain, changing weather conditions, and steep trails by bringing appropriate clothing, survival supplies, and necessary equipment like snowshoes or crampons during winter visits.
Rules and Etiquette:
Follow the rules and etiquette to maintain the serenity and cleanliness of Scenic Hot Springs. Respect fellow soakers, refrain from lewd behavior, and adhere to guidelines regarding clothing optional norms, pool usage, and prohibited items such as pets, glass containers, and firearms.
The Scenic Hot Springs trailhead is located about 10 miles east of the town of Skykomish, and the Hot Springs themselves are at the end of a 1.5-mile uphill hike with about 1100 feet of elevation gain.
The gate is closed, so please park in the free space on the right side of the forest road before the gate. There is limited parking there and vandalism has been a problem in the past so be careful. Do not park on the highway: you will be ticketed or towed. The best place to park for safety reasons is the railroad construction yard near the Tye River Bridge, a little way back.
Travel time from Seattle is approximately 1.5 hours, depending on traffic conditions.
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