Located in the Suiattle river outside of Darrington, Washington.
This trail is not well maintained, so takes some attention. The trail after the first mile brings you to a fork where if you continue left will lead to you hot springs. Continuing to the hot springs is not easy, and is more like climbing. Since the trail is not heavily used it can be hard to follow so pay attention.
When you see the log bridge cross and continue up the creek about .1 mile more. Continuing on may be difficult during this portion of the hike, and may not have much of a distinct trail. Look for some stone steps to find a pool.
This pool can seat two people, and the temperature is more warm than hot at about 90F. Use the broom to clean the bottom, and open the pipe - filling the pool takes about 20 minutes.
The water looks like it was painted, so pretty!