Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding
Steamboat Ski Resort
Steamboat Springs is home to Steamboat Ski Resort, featuring world-class skiing and snowboarding. Peruse steamboat.com for ticket rates, ski lessons, dining info, and more. Visit the resort's Trail Forward website for information on 20/21 changes in operations due to COVID-19.
But there’s more: Howelsen Hill is Colorado’s oldest continuously operated ski area, since 1915 and is a local favorite. Famous for it's Olympic history and heritage, Howelsen Hill is conveniently located in downtown Steamboat Springs. This season, Howelsen Hill offers free skiing on Sundays with reservations required. Click here to learn more and reserve your spot.
Since 1983, Steamboat Powdercats has been offering snowcat and human-powered backcountry skiing and snowboarding tours. They promise to take you to the places of powder-filled dreams on Buffalo Pass. If you choose to venture into the backcountry without a guide, make sure you know your limits and are well prepared.
Don’t forget to book your rentals with one of our ski and snowboard shops providing full-service ski and snowboard rentals.
Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing
There's much more to a winter in Steamboat than skiing. Enjoy all the Rocky Mountain outdoors have to offer by venturing on our snowshoe and cross country ski trails. View our snowshoe or cross country directory for information on our member businesses who will guide you on this scenic adventure.