Steamboat is celebrating the holiday season in true Ski Town USA style.
More than nine feet of Champagne Powder® snow has fallen at Steamboat Ski Area so far this winter, and the conditions for the perfect winter getaway have never been better.
Off the Mountain Activities
Downtown Steamboat glitters with holiday lights that will add cheer and lively spirit to the off-snow hours. Just minutes from town in every direction are havens for snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, snow tubing, horseback riding and snowmobiling.
This holiday season, ring in the New Year with a champagne toast that will never be forgotten. Whether going on a sleigh ride dinner with the family, enjoying a romantic dinner at a fine dining restaurant, or partying with friends old and new at a local nightlife hot spot, Steamboat is where you want to count down to 2014.
And with the New Year comes another monumental celebration. The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club is celebrating its centennial along with the 101st Winter Carnival Feb. 5 to 9., an experience that ties ski culture into the rich western heritage of the Yampa Valley.
This unique event is not to be missed as children on skis are pulled behind horses and soar off jumps, mountain bikers race on the snow down Howelsen Hill, and the Night Extravaganza amazes with ski jumping through fiery hoops and the famous Lighted Man.
Celebrate with Steamboat this holiday season, and rejoice in making memories that will last a lifetime.