Nearly 1,000 miles from the ocean, in the remote valleys of Springville, Utah, is one of the world’s most luxurious private pools. Within the 140×60 foot structure, this $2 million family owned swimming pool claims a man-made mountain, five waterfalls, bridges and pathways and a meandering 300 foot jet propelled river.
The pool’s mountain structure is crafted from reed bar, metal beams and 350 yards of concrete which have been decorated and designed to emulate the surrounding mountains in which it is set.
There is more to this pool than meets the eye however. Hidden within the mountain is a 60 foot waterslide, a series of secret passageways, a luxury kitchen with grills and a fridge and changing rooms complete with lockers and showers.
Any scuba diving fans would delight in this pool too. A 26 foot descent to its floor means there is plenty of room for underwater exploring.
Of the five available waterfalls, the tallest stands at 20 foot tall and ejects 3,000 gallons of water per minute over its sheer cliff edge, a meer drop in the ocean of this 360,000 gallon monster.