$2 Million ‘The Mountain’ Pool in Utah

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Living

We’ve seen a ton of cool swimming pools in our day, but when it comes to residential pools, nothing even comes close to the aptly titled “The Mountain.”

Located in Springville, Utah, The Mountain is unlike anything we have ever witnessed. Covered by the team at Animal Planet on an episode of The Pool Master, this pool has everything one could ever ask for – and then some. There are five waterfalls, a 90-foot manmade mountain to blend with the natural surroundings, a 300-foot lazy river, a water slide, multiple bridges, a grotto, the ultimate diving rock, a full kitchen complete with a 8-burner grille, changing room with shower, lockers, bathroom, and a whole lot more. But what’s the most amazing part of this 360,000 gallon, 140-foot long by 60-foot wide swimming pool? The fact that you can scuba dive in it. That,s right, scuba-certified individuals can explore a 54-foot long tunnel (that can only be accessed from a secret entrance) leading into the pool, letting the owners practice their scuba diving almost 1,000 miles away from the ocean. Not a bad way to spend $2 million.

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