Chena Hot Springs July 8th 2011 We spent two wonderful days soaking in the Chena Hot Springs, which is 60 miles NE of Fairbanks. Chena Hot Springs became famous for curing crippled prospectors of their aches and pains as long ago as 1905. Many people visit the hot springs in the winter, because the Aurora Borealis is visible here. It would be especially nice sitting in the hot springs while viewing the "Northern Lights".
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