Known as "Ski Town, USA," Steamboat Springs offers a memorable vacation, whether it’s winter or summer. Perfectly nestled in the Rocky Mountains of northwest Colorado, this mountain town has it all. Steamboat is the perfect place for you to create a unique outdoor adventure or enjoy a quiet weekend getaway. With 165 trails, 3,668 vertical feet, and nearly 3,000 skiable acres, Steamboat’s six peaks are filled with world-class groomed cruisers, bumps, steeps, meadows, and the Mavericks Superpipe.
Summers in Steamboat Springs have something for everyone. Come soak in the hot springs, enjoy hiking through beautiful fields of wildflowers, go mountain biking, fishing, shopping, or take in a rodeo. The epic views and endless activities will keep you coming back.
So come experience Steamboat Springs, where the blend of rich ranching history and culture with outdoor activities creates a truly memorable experience for everyone, no matter your age. Summer or winter, you’ll come back year after year to experience what you didn’t have time for last trip!
Steamboat is over 100 years old but has modern ski resort upgrades and amenities, not to mention legendary powder and Nordic courses.Learn more
One of the more unique features of Steamboat Springs, Colorado is the abundance of hot springs and spas in the area. See the local hot spots and must visit springs.
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The Steamboat resort area as well as the Routt National Forest offer miles and miles of trails, each with its own spectacular beauty. From wildflower-filled meadows to dramatic mountains, Steamboat has plenty of variety.
Mountain biking is one of the most popular warm-weather activities in Steamboat Springs. Trails are abundant in both the Routt National Forest and Steamboat resort area with spectacular scenery.