Steamboat Springs, CO

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Located at 6,700’ in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Steamboat Springs is home to abundant year-around recreation, a historic downtown, a vibrant business sector, active arts and culture, unique special events, and numerous natural mineral springs. Steamboat’s unmatched beauty, desirable climate, natural mineral springs, and ample all-season adventures make it a must experience vacation destination.

Steamboat Springs is nestled along the western ridge of the Continental Divide and surrounded by national forest and wilderness areas. The Yampa River, which begins in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area, flows through the downtown corridor. Steamboat Springs boasts two ski areas, three Colorado State Parks, more than 150 natural springs, lakes, rivers, and trail systems cater to a plethora of outdoor activities.

Steamboat Springs is the perfect all-season mountain paradise offering deep powder days in the winter and cool mountain summers. Known as Ski Town, USA, during the winter Steamboat Springs comes alive featuring world-class skiing and famed Champagne Powder. The summer welcomes a whole new set of activities. From leisure bike rides along Steamboat’s Yampa River Core Trail, exploring the hundreds of miles of single-track, floating down the Yampa River, and soaking in natural hot springs to golfing among the peaks and valleys, and casting a fly line for native trout – Steamboat has something for everyone all year around!

Don’t miss the opportunity to see where western heritage meets abundant outdoor adventure. Come indulge in Steamboat’s unique mix of warm sun, cowboy boots, and friendly locals and enjoy the inviting, laid back atmosphere that this historic Colorado resort town has to offer!

With the Yampa Valley Regional Airport (Steamboat/Hayden HDN) located just 22 miles from town, Steamboat is an easily accessible Colorado resort destination. Steamboat offers year-round all-jet air service with convenient connections nationwide. Denver International Airport (DIA) which provides both domestic and international service from most major airlines is located approximately 160 miles east of Steamboat Springs. 

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Area Attractions

Strawberry Park Hot Springs: 7 miles from town

Old Town Hot Springs: located downtown at Third Street and Lincoln Avenue

Fish Creek Falls: 3 miles from downtow

Continental Divide Trail: Summit Lake trailhead 18 miles from downtown

Steamboat Lake State Park: 27 miles north of downtown=

Stagecoach State Park: 17 miles south of downtown

Yampa River Core Trail: 7 miles of paved trail winding along the Yampa River through downtown Steamboat Springs

Tread of Pioneers Museum: located downtown at Eighth and Oak streets

This is a great condo! The beds were abundant which is what we needed! The condo was clean and cozy, well decorated and easy to find. The entire resort was beautiful and picturesque. Our kiddos (all ten of them) enjoyed the slide at the pool. The fitness center was top notch. There was a band playing in the bar area. We enjoyed it all! Great value and perfect getaway. And the property manager was the best. Keith made a last minute request seem easy! Thanks!

August 23, 2016

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