Steamboat Resort is a major ski area in the western United States, located in northwestern Colorado at Steamboat Springs on Mount Werner, a mountain in the Park Range in the Routt National Forest.
We were fortunate enough to spend 3 days in Steamboat Springs and loved every minute of it! The skiing was great, a variety of terrain for all types of skiers and insane views. Steamboat has become a foodie’s paradise, with new restaurants, brew pubs, live music, and vibrant excitement and energy.
There are 2,965 skiable acres and 17 lifts: 14% beginner, 42% intermediate, 44% advanced/expert
'Why Not' is the longest run, at over 3 miles!
Strawberry hot springs - Strawberry Park Hot Springs is one of the nicest hot springs around, with fully developed stone pools set along a mountain creek. It’s an awesome place to relax and recover while in Steamboat Springs. The resort features multiple pools of varying sizes and temperatures. The springs are fed naturally and the pools closest to the source can get pretty hot. Reservations are required and book up quick! Pool admission: $20 per person CASH ONLY.
Old Town hot springs - Old Town Hot Springs is an historic hot spring, family-friendly recreation facility, and world-class gym in the heart of Steamboat Springs. Reservations are not required. Pool admission: $27 per person.
Creekside Cafe & Grill
Low Country Kitchen
Back Door Grill
Salt & Lime - I got the bison fundido, chorizo taco and bison taco (10/10 recommend!)
Table 79 Foodbar
Timber & Torch
T Bar At Steamboat