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Steamboat Springs

To the northwest, Steamboat Springs exudes the West with wide-open ranches, yellow Burma-Shave-style signs along the highway promoting a longtime downtown Western store, and a laid-back vibe. Two hot springs make catching a soak after a day in the saddle (bike or horse) or on the Yampa River pure pleasure, and Tread of Pioneers Museum tells the story of a town rich in heritage since the late 1800s. It’s no surprise that a summer rodeo series is ongoing, but it is astonishing to find out that the town has produced nearly 90 winter Olympians. Yet, Steamboat Ski Resort, Nordic skiing facilities and Howelsen Hill — the state’s oldest, continuously used ski area — keep snow sports at the forefront of life in Steamboat Springs. The central business district is filled with one-of-a-kind local shops, restaurants and attractions that shouldn’t be missed!

Here are some suggestions to start planning your Steamboat Springs vacation:

 

Located at the base of the Steamboat ski area and hiking/biking paths, the Sheraton Steamboat Resort is a fun-filled family retreat. As the area’s only ski-in/ski-out resort, you are steps from fabulous winter and summer recreation. Choose from...

With the ski mountain out one door and the vastness of the Yampa Valley out the other, The Steamboat Grand is the perfect setting for an extraordinary escape. Inside you'll find all the amenities of a premier hotel wrapped in a casual elegance that...