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Welcome! In our Local’s Guide monthly series, we catch up with one of our locals to find out how they would spend their ideal 24 hours in Steamboat Springs.


It’s March – which means the days are longer, the sun is shining, and the adventures are endless! We know you enjoyed all the snow that

Let Steamboat Springs Be Your Access to the Great Outdoors This Winter

Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, Steamboat Springs is the epicenter for outdoor recreation and fun – and this doesn’t change in the winter! One of the best ways to escape the crowds and relax in nature is to take a trip to one of

You may be familiar with Steamboat Springs and our famous Champagne Powder Snow. But did you know that Steamboat Springs is home to Colorado’s oldest, continuously operated ski area? That’s right. Howelsen Hill first opened in 1915 and holds a special place in Steamboat’s history. Howelsen has been

After a day of outdoor adventure in Steamboat skiing, hiking, or biking, there’s nothing quite as satisfying like a good drink with friends. For a small town, Steamboat Springs packs a punch with our wide selection of locally brewed and distilled beverages – so much so that we even have a Brew Trail

Falling in love with fall

The late summer and fall season is chock-full of vibrant, scenic landscapes as the temperatures cool down and the leaves begin to change. The vast hills with abundant aspens are prime for awe-inspiring hikes, bike rides, or trails runs displaying a plethora of color. This

Two Hot Springs, One Town; A Soakers Guide to Steamboat Springs

Hot springs are one of nature’s greatest gifts to mankind; all the glory of hot, percolating water combined with soothing natural minerals and epic Rocky Mountain landscapes. If you’re looking to enjoy an all-natural soak, then look no

Insider Tips for Escaping the Crowds

Steamboat Springs may be a small mountain town, but that doesn’t mean we don’t pack a punch with our access to the great outdoors, and in particular, our wide-open spaces. Visit our mountain town in Northwest Colorado between June and September and you will