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Spas are hot across the nation, and the resorts of the Rocky Mountains are taking advantage of the trend. The older resorts of the area grew from spas. Geothermal springs created naturally heated pools, water rushing up through mineralized rock created mineral springs, and water bubbling up from limestone aquifers as carbonated water was thought to be medicinal. From Colorado Springs to Glenwood Springs, Steamboat Springs, and Park City, resorts sprang up. In the past

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