Bentley Bentayga at Dunton Hot Springs

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Dunton Hot Springs
If you drive a typical SUV such as a Ford Explorer, you go to a campground. If you drive a Bentley Bentayga, you rough it at Dunton Hot Springs. What is now an exclusive resort set in a beautiful alpine valley, Dunton Hot Springs was once a mining camp in the late 1880s. The small town of Dunton grew through the early 1900s to around 300 people, but by 1918 the mines and the town had been abandoned. The ghost town had been visited periodically by hikers passing through the area, but was ultimately purchased in 1994 by German business magnate Christoph Henkel.

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