Nestled in the Rocky Mountains of northwest Colorado, Steamboat Ski & Resort amuses all interests year-round, from hot air balloon tours to night skiing.
Steamboat Ski and Resort, nestled in the Rocky Mountains of northwest Colorado, is located on Mount Werner at a base elevation of 6,900’ above sea level. The mountain range consists of five peaks—Pioneer Ridge, Sunshine, Thunderhead, Storm and Christie Peak. Covered with Champagne Powder® snow, the driest and fluffiest snow you’ll ever experience, Steamboat has an annual snowfall of 352 inches and 240 days of sun per year.
Steamboat – Slope to Slope
- 165 trails
- 2,965 acres
- Trails: 14% beginner, 42% intermediates and 44% advanced/expert
- Five terrain parks—Lil’ Rodeo (beginner), Rabbit Ears (intermediate), Sunbeam (intermediate), Maverick (advanced) and Maverick Superpipe (expert).
- 184 km of classic cross country trails and
- seven miles of snowshoe trails
- 16 lifts with a capacity of 41,505 skiers per hour
- Night Skiing/Riding: Thursday-Monday, Mid-Dec through late March
What type of lodging is available?
The resort offers a variety of lodging options on- and off-site. Two of the top hotels on the mountain, less than a mile from the slopes, are The Steamboat Grand Hotel and Sheraton Steamboat Resort Hotel. Also available are on-site condominiums and homes managed by independent companies. For an off-site stay, downtown Steamboat Springs has many hotels, bed and breakfasts and lodges one to three miles from the resort.
What’s the best way to travel to Steamboat Ski and Resort?
Located in northwest Colorado, Steamboat is 160 miles/267kms northwest of Denver, an easy three-hour drive. The resort is accessible by nonstop air service from eleven major U.S. airports directly into Steamboat/Hayden Airport (HDN) on Alaska, American, Delta and United Airlines in addition to connecting service from over 300 other domestic and international cities.
What can we do off the slopes?
Whether you want to indulge in an extravagant meal or prefer something quick and easy, Steamboat has a collection of bars and restaurants on the mountain. Lincoln Avenue and Yampa Street in downtown Steamboat Springs are filled with restaurants, night spots, clothing boutiques and art galleries. Old Town Hot Springs & Strawberry Park Hot Springs are outdoor mineral springs that offer a relaxing atmosphere after a long day on the slopes. Other local attractions include hot air balloon rides, sleigh rides, jeep tours, helicopter rides, snowmobile tours, tubing and horseback riding.