Steamboat, CO Travel Guide

Nestled 7000 feet up in the Colorado Rockies sits a small ranching community that serves as a constant reminder that the Old West is alive and well. Never far from its ranching roots, Steamboat Springs remains firmly linked to a western tradition that sets it apart from every other resort. Abundant champagne powder snow, a 75-year Olympic heritage and family programs rated the best in the industry all distinguish Steamboat, "Ski Town, USA," as a premier resort destinations.

Downtown is the home of Howelsen Hill, the largest publicly owned recreational complex in the area. With such great attractions such as a rodeo arena, an Olympic-sized indoor skating rink, alpine slides, world-class mountain biking trails, hiking and cross-country skiing trails, it's easy to see why visitors from around the world come to Steamboat.

It’s the little things such as tissue at lift lines, free hot drinks in the afternoon, resort ambassadors, complimentary tours and programs, friendly employees and a genuine down-to-earth town that often go unnoticed but play an enormous role in turning your vacation into an escape you’ll always remember.

Check our comprehensive Steamboat Travel Guide below for travel information and trip planning.

Steamboat Springs Travel Guide:

Steamboat Ski Resort


Come and see why Steamboat, one of the largest ski mountain in North America, is refered to as "Ski Town, USA."

Activities in Steamboat Springs, CO


From hot springs to hiking to skiing—it's all here in Steamboat.

Shopping in Steamboat Springs, CO


Browse our picks of local stores in Steamboat Springs, CO where you can find what you need.

Restaurants in Steamboat Springs, CO


Find fine restaurants and local hotspots picked by our Destination Experts who know Steamboat.