Besides soaking in the tubs at the hotel, you can hike along a well-maintained trail through the forest behind the hotel. At the end of the parking lot, there's a skinny little trail off to the left. It widens and passes a big rock in just a few yards. Walk down the path. About 20 mins later, you'll have 2 choices. Stay straight and you'll come to a bridge, maintained by the Forest Service, and with a No Trespassing sign. Some people cross here, scale some pretty serious rocks and hike down the river about 5 mins to the natural pools. I prefer to take the switchbacks to the right, which angle steeply down toward the river. Eventually you'll come to an area with ropes which you can hold as you slip and slide down. I then swim the river and end up directly in front of the natural hot springs. In the spring, when it's cold and the river is high, the water really flows fast. In the fall, I can actually walk across the river and it's very refreshing. Either way, this is the most beautiful canyon and a jewel of a soaking spot. Please treasure it. Because it's a bit hard to get to, it's rarely crowded. Be prepared to see eagles. Jump back and forth between the natural pools and the Wind River. There used to be several pools here, but now are just 2. One big one which can seat about 6 people comfortably, and a smaller one for just 2-3.