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Natural Pools at High Altitude?

 
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Welcome David
Is this a good idea for high altatude ponds/pools. I plan to by some land at about 8500 ft.
 
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Hi Jodi, thank you for the welcome. I would suggest studying the local environment. If there are ponds or lakes with plenty of biodiversity then a Natural Swimming Pool should work fine.
 
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