The “Great Pagosah Spring”

The “Great Pagosah Spring” which feeds mineral water to our 23 soaking pools, is the Guinness World Record title holder of The World’s Deepest Geothermal Hot Spring. Measured on August 20, 2011. The Mother Spring measured at an astounding 1,002 feet deep! However, no one really knows just how deep the hot spring is. Every time the spring has been measured, the plumb line ran out before reaching the bottom.

The water from the "Mother" Spring is approximately 144°F and is a turquoise pool approximately 35 feet across with an average depth of 20-30 ft. About 15 feet from one edge, there is a hole in the bottom, measuring two feet in diameter. This is the main spring that reaches an unknown depth. It is the spring in which Guinness World Records®' hydrologist measured the depth.
The “Great Pagosah Spring” which feeds mineral water to our 23 soaking pools, is the Guinness World Record title holder of The World’s Deepest Geothermal Hot Spring. Measured on August 20, 2011. The Mother Spring measured at an astounding 1,002 feet deep! However, no one really knows just how deep the hot spring is. Every time the spring has been measured, the plumb line ran out before reaching the bottom.

The water from the "Mother" Spring is approximately 144°F and is a turquoise pool approximately 35 feet across with an average depth of 20-30 ft. About 15 feet from one edge, there is a hole in the bottom, measuring two feet in diameter. This is the main spring that reaches an unknown depth. It is the spring in which Guinness World Records®' hydrologist measured the depth.read less

Guinness World Records®

“Thanks to Sir Hugh Beaver, we have the Guinness World Records® book, the ultimate authority on record-breaking achievements. We can now verify what we have long believed to be true—that our springs are the deepest (and most relaxing) in the world. The Springs Resort & Spa now holds this important world distinction thanks to the Guinness World Records®, and a plumb line.” ~The Springs Resort & Spa
“Thanks to Sir Hugh Beaver, we have the Guinness World Records® book, the ultimate authority on record-breaking achievements. We can now verify what we have long believed to be true—that our springs are the deepest (and most relaxing) in the world. The Springs Resort & Spa now holds this important world distinction thanks to the Guinness World Records®, and a plumb line.” ~The Springs Resort & Sparead less

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