The Dye Clan
  • Overview
  • Map
  • TR: Apr 2010

Gandy Warm Springs

Jeremy sitting on a lawn chair in the uppersprings.

Gandy Warm Springs are a series of springs near Gandy, Utah. The water is around 80 degrees. The lower springs emerge from a fern-lined, mostly submerged cave called Beware Cave. The flow is quite high and the water current coming out of the cave is fairly fast. On March 23, 2004 a man drowned in the cave, so don't do anything stupid.

The upper springs are just up the hill to the north. There is also a small cave at the upper springs that the water flows out of, but it is really rocky and uncomfortable. Someone built a dam to contain the water, and when we went there was a lawn chair in the pool.

Gandy Warm Springs are located about an hour and a half from Great Basin National Park. Most of that driving is on gravel roads that are well maintained. However, the last mile is on rough dirt roads. A passenger car can probably make it if you drive carefully. Parking is immediately adjacent to the lower springs.

Interactive Map

Download KML file to view in Google Earth.

Waypoints

Waypoint Latitude Longitude Description
PARK -114.0370987604442 39.45993295236323  
GWS1 -114.0371526410675 39.46004970659445  
GWS2 -114.037544852065 39.46020000534631  

Trip Report: April 30, 2010

Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT
Gandy Warm Springs, Gandy UT