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Steamboat Ski Resort, Steamboat Springs

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Steamboat Ski Resort provides year-round enjoyment with outdoor activities. In the winter, the resort features more than 150 ski slopes suitable for different proficiency levels. Beginners can take private or group lessons from the resort's highly qualified instructors. With more than 20 lifts, you won't have to wait long for an uphill transport. In the summer, the area offers countless hiking and cycling paths, golf courses, hot air balloon tours, and many other activities. Impressive views of surrounding mountains are guaranteed, regardless of the season. You needn't bring equipment if you'd rather not; you can rent everything from skis and snowboards to bicycles and all-terrain vehicles. Check the resort's website for regular weather updates and trail conditions--as well as live camera streaming. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Steamboat Ski Resort and many more Steamboat Springs attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Steamboat Springs holiday planner.
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  • It was actually April of 2016 when I visited Steamboat. I'm just catching up on some reviews. I went skiing there with a dear friend and resident of Steamboat. It was starting to get a little spring-l...  more »
  • I don't ski, but the gondola ride up and down the mountain was spectacular. We rode up, ate lunch, and rode back down around sunset! Gorgeous!  more »
  • Steamboat is nice. It's expensive but they do pull off a very very well run mountain and base area. It's crazy now what a day pass costs but I have been to other resorts that charge the same but don't...  more »
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  • The town is soo cute! The bus system is free and drops you off right at the slopes and back into town. Not a ton of greens to choose from- I think Copper has a better selection. But if you have a ski pass you can ride the gondola for free and get to the higher slopes or just go up for a drink and enjoy the views! There are also great fishing spots in and just outside of town. Plus a great path that winds along the river and through town. They have done a great job with their riverside access and everything in this town seems well maintained and carefully planned. Would definitely go again!
  • Mt. Werner is great, and there are great food, drink, lodging, and shopping options. But we've come back six years in a row, and will for as long as I can imagine, because of the people and the feel of the resort and the town. If you come without an attitude, and you're there to enjoy Steamboat, you'll find almost everyone you meet is welcoming and will go above and beyond to make you feel at home and point you to the best places. Steamboat has become our home away from home, and we've made friends we stay in contact with throughout the year.
  • Excellent skiing and my favorite place I've skied at, by far. Plenty of varied terrain for every skill level except those looking for the steepest terrain. There are a good number of places to grab something to eat and drink at various places on the mountain. Steamboat seemed fairly family friendly and I saw plenty of kids taking lessons. The town is easy to get to via the free bus that comes every 10 minutes during the day and every 20 minutes at night. There are plenty of good restaurants there as well as some shopping.
  • Wow. Big vertical. Tons of terrain and amazing tree skiing. If I was visiting Colorado I'd make this my destination for a lot of reasons including the fact that the town is under 7000 feet vs summit county that is over 9000 feet. When I stayed in Dillon I felt like I was going to have a heart attack. Go here at least once in your life.
  • Great ski resort. Not crazy packed for spring break. Plenty of runs and places to explore for all levels. Nice long runs, lots of food / bathroom options on the mountain. Morningside is fun with trees for intermediate skiers spaced nicely apart... good quiet area for some falls and good laughs.