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Ride the free bus – Steamboat Springs Transit (SST) provides daily fixed-route transit service throughout the city. Travel to and from the mountain and around downtown with the Steamboat Springs Transit to avoid cars on the road downtown. You can also grab your bike or

Steamboat Springs and Routt County have an abundance of Colorado gravel bike trails and roads. Thanks to our long history of agriculture, many of these roads connect ranches and are lined with miles of spectacular scenery. We can’t think of a better place to get off the beaten path and explore this

Fall on Foot

September 5, 2023 by Steamboat Chamber Staff

We love a good fall drive, but there is something magical about being out in the fresh air during this spectacular time of year. Driving can certainly take you to some out-of-the-way places. To really experience the magic of the season though, you’ll need to step out of the car (or bus or Uber…) and

Awesome weekend festivals permeate Steamboat Springs’ summer calendar, celebrating everything from wine to hot air balloons to bikes. Festival agendas fill the days and are primarily self-explanatory for anyone ready to jump into the fun. But the perfect three-day Colorado summer getaway can also be

Throughout the seasons, Steamboat Springs and the Yampa Valley have trails open to let your adventurous side run wild. Whether you’re wanting to take the family out for a nature walk or challenge your endurance with a more difficult uphill climb, there is a trail for everyone. Below are a few of our

The charming Colorado mountain town of Steamboat Springs is perhaps best known for its excellent skiing, which ranks among the best in the country. When there’s no snow on the slopes, the active locals take full advantage of the area’s abundant hiking, mountain biking, and paddling. But some

Camping in Steamboat Springs is a bucket-list item for many when visiting the area in the Summer or Fall. Whether you crave the solitude of dispersed camping or are looking to unplug in nature with the comforts of a toilet and running water, there are plenty of camping options to explore in the

Summertime biking is one of Steamboat Springs’s many activities. From cruises on the Yampa River Core Trail to participating in the Town Challenge, men, women, and children alike never say no to an opportunity to pedal around one of the best biking locations in the state.

With 500 miles of trails,

Many cities and towns are defined by the rivers that run through them, and Steamboat Springs, Colorado, has one of the country’s more unique waterways as a major attraction. The Yampa is the only unobstructed river in Colorado, flowing freely without major diversions or dams. Measuring 260 miles

Whether you’re traveling to Steamboat from another part of the state or the other side of the country, there’s no need to tack the extra mileage on your car! Forget packing up the car seats, filling up the gasoline, or stuffing your trunk – there’s a multitude of ways to travel to and around

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