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Steamboat Springs

Steamboat Springs Colorado VacationSteamboat Springs seems to combine the best of the West - from world class skiing to a frontier-style downtown and a laid back cowboy attitude, a Steamboat Springs vacation means experiencing the things that epitomize Colorado. 

Tucked away in northern Colorado, the town escapes the bustle of the i70 corridor while staying just close enough to make a day trip from Denver.  But that doesn't mean you'll struggle to find things to do in Steamboat Springs.  Once you’ve arrived, you’ll find it difficult to tear yourself away - in fact, you'll probably want to plan a lengthy stay.


Winters in Steamboat are filled with fresh powder and fresh tracks, as Steamboat Mountain accumulates an average of 349 inches per season. 165 trails on nearly 3000 acres provide a winter playground for beginners and expert skiers alike. 

Between runs, skiers can refuel at multiple on-mountain restaurants, and at the end of the day, a quick trip into the town of Steamboat Springs means even more options from dining to shopping to a host of winter events.

Summers in Steamboat are Colorado at its best.  Hiking, biking, fishing, rafting, camping and numerous other outdoor activities provide fun from the first day of your vacation to your last, and Steamboat’s summer event calendar is full year after year with festivals, races, and more.  Visitors who have enjoyed the skiing in the winter can ride the gondola during the summer months and take in the transformation of the surrounding scenery.
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