Soda Springs

Soda Springs was a stopping point near Fort Hall for the pioneers. The bubbling, naturally carbonated water caused by ancient volcanic activity was used by the pioneers, trappers, traders, and Indians for medicinal and bathing purposes. The Pedaling Pioneer and his wagon train also made the stop to enjoy the hot springs along the Trail.


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