In a small, ranching town located high in the Rockies, life is different. A resort town known for hospitality just as much as its champagne powder. From steaming hot mineral springs and an array of breathtaking hikes to boating surrounded by dense pine forest and world-class skiing, you’ll see just how much Steamboat Springs, Colorado has to offer.Come discover your home in the mountains.
Strawberry Park Natural Hot Springs is nestled in a high mountain valley just 7 miles north of downtown Steamboat Springs. Relax in the 104° mineral-soaked stone pools while watching Steamboat’s famous champagne powder blanket the surrounding forest. Massage therapy is available in private massage huts.
Rabbit Ears Pass straddles the Continental Divide in Colorado High Country and is well-known for its false summit and distinctive rabbit ears developed by layers of extruded rock and ash. The 6 mile roundtrip hike surrounded by wildflower fields starts with an elevation of 9,600 feet and reaches 10,651 feet.
After an intense day of hiking or skiing Steamboat Springs, a Fiery Margarita at Laundry Kitchen & Cocktails will definitely be calling your name. Don't just take Tripveel's word for it, it's officially "Steamboat Famous" and has won "Best of the Boat" for 3 years in a row now! Led by Executive Chef Nick Winden, Laundry's chic industrial atmosphere revolves around their refreshingly creative menu that utilizes seasonally and locally grown products.
Home to an average of 336 inches of snow a year, Steamboat Resort is spread across 6 peaks on nearly 3,000 acres of both groomed and alpine glades with terrain for all level ability. With nonstop flights from 11 major U.S. airports, Steamboat Springs is well worth taking the road less traveled to feel like you're a world away.
Yampa Valley’s true Western heritage and wild wilderness ease into view at Steamboat Lake. Through rolling ranch lands and dense pine forests, the stunning Hahn’s Peak always in view, boating, fishing, waterskiing and other watersports are all great ways to enjoy a day out on the lake under the Colorado sun.