1 of 9
Slideshow-prev-disabled Slideshow-next
Hiking in to Bagby
Bagby's largest tub fits about six people on a circular bench.
2 of 9
Slideshow-prev Slideshow-next
Hiking in to Bagby
A brawny bridge provides passage over the roaring rapids of the Collawash River, a tributary of the Clackamas.
3 of 9
Slideshow-prev Slideshow-next
Hiking in to Bagby
Proof of a healthy forest: trees growing out of trees
4 of 9
Slideshow-prev Slideshow-next
Hiking in to Bagby
Maintained by Mount Hood Recreation Services (MHRS), the short hike in to Bagby Hot Springs is meticulously maintained.
5 of 9
Slideshow-prev Slideshow-next
Hiking in to Bagby
Tucked in the towering firs, you'll find Bagby's cluster of primitive bathhouses.
6 of 9
Slideshow-prev Slideshow-next
Hiking in to Bagby
Moss abounds.
7 of 9
Slideshow-prev Slideshow-next
Hiking in to Bagby
All of the bathhouses are partially covered, to allow views of the forest canopy above.
8 of 9
Slideshow-prev Slideshow-next
Hiking in to Bagby
Spigots are turned on manually, with water temperatures between 120 and 138 degrees fahrenheit. You can regulate your tub's temperature with buckets of cold water.
9 of 9
Slideshow-prev Slideshow-next-disabled
Hiking in to Bagby
Slideshow-next
Slideshow-prev
More Slide shows

Please help us keep this community civil. We retain the right to remove or edit comments containing personal attacks or excessive profanity, and comments unrelated to the editorial content. Consult our Terms of Use for more details.