Goldmyer Hot Springs, located approximately 25 miles east-west of North Bend in Washington, is one of many treasures.
To make the Goldmyer Hot Springs journey, you'll need to bring your own camping gear, food, water, and water. You will need to remove any trash and leave the wilderness reserve 20 acres clean.
The late seral forest is a rugged area that has not been disturbed and contains unique ecological features. You will find a variety of tree structures, including canopy gaps and multi-layered canopy canopies that have varying sizes and tree heights. The geothermal Goldmyer hot spring is the piece de résistance in this adventure.
The Goldmyer Hot Springs has a geothermal water with a pH between 8.5 and 9.3. The hot springs are not known for their strong sulfur smell. Goldmyer Hot Spring is an ideal starting point for adventurers who are backpacking in the Upper Middle Fork River Valley.
If you are able to make a donation, please consider supporting the Northwest Wilderness Programs. It is a Washington State non-profit organization that was founded in 1976. They are responsible for maintaining this beautiful area. 95% are used to support charitable causes. Be sure to only leave footprints, and make only memories. Enjoy your travels!


13030, 452nd Ave SE, North Bend, WA 98045, US

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