Photo courtesy Steamboat Springs Transit
Easy to Get Around
Commuting employees or business visitors have many easy ways to get around Steamboat Springs, with driving alternatives including free citywide bus service, walking or biking on the Yampa River Core Trail or area roads and pathways, and reliable local taxi service.
The Yampa Valley Regional Airport is located 22 miles west of Steamboat Springs near the town of Hayden. The airport hosts four major airlines – Alaska, American, Delta and United, with year-round flights from Denver and direct flights during the summer from Houston and Dallas and in ski season from Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York/Newark, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington, DC. FedEx and UPS also use the regional airport as an air shipping point.
This video features Yampa Valley Regional Airport.
The city of Steamboat Springs operates the Steamboat Springs Airport, also known locally as Bob Adams Field, as a general aviation facility serving private aircraft owners and charter companies.
Reliable shuttle service to the regional airport in Hayden and Denver International Airport is provided by two local companies, Go Alpine and Storm Mountain Express. The trip to Denver International Airport from Steamboat Springs is 180 miles. Go Alpine also offers charter, private vehicle, limo and local taxi services and Storm Mountain Express also offers visitor and local shuttle services and trips to the Eagle/Vail Airport.
Car Rental Options
Hertz, Avis and Budget provide service at the regional airport in Hayden. Off-airport options include Enterprise, Steamboat Motors, and Checkpoint Auto Rental.
Free Bus System
Steamboat Springs Transit provides a free, citywide bus service year-round seven days a week. The convenient service runs from early morning to late evening with separate schedules for the summer and winter seasons.
Employees can also sign up to find carpool matches here.