Explore Steamboat Springs
Explore Steamboat Springs
2305 Mt. Werner Rd, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Mountain Numbers Base Elevation: 6,900 feet/2103 meters Summit/Mt. Werner Elevation: 10,568 feet/3224 meters Trails: 165 named trails Longest Run: Why Not – over 3 miles/4.8km Snowmaking: 375 acres/152 hectares
These breathtaking falls are a beautiful and picturesque landmark. Many locals have chosen this spot for weddings, and it is one of the most popular areas to be photographed in the Valley. Facilities include a parking lot, a picnic area and a 50-yard trail leading to the falls. The trail continues past the falls for about five miles, ending at Long Lake. It's a great hike or snowshoe trek for the adventurous. $7 Parking Fee.
44200 Co Rd 36, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Just outside of Steamboat Springs nestled alongside Hot Springs Creek lies one of the most spectacular mineral springs in the world. Imagine relaxing in 104 degree mineral water while Steamboat’s famous Champagne Powder gently collects in the surrounding forest. Enjoy a massage in one of our beautiful private massage huts or a watsu therapy in our private pool. The pools are perfect for relaxing after a long day of skiing or hiking, or for a day-long visit!
Downtown Steamboat Springs is the heart of the community. From 3rd to 13th Streets, and from the Yampa River to Oak Street, we have shops and restaurants, art galleries and spas, professionals and services, government buildings, museums and public spaces. Whether you’re a Visitor, Local or Downtown Employee - Main Street Steamboat is here to help you!
136 Lincoln Ave, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Old Town Hot Springs, one of Colorado’s premier hot springs, is an historic hot spring and family-friendly recreation facility in the heart of downtown Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Old Town Hot Springs has been a site for recreation and rejuvenation in this community for over 100 years because of the gift of the Heart Spring, the source of all the healing mineral water in our eight pools.
1000 Pamela Ln, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Beginning in 1995 the Yampa River Botanic Park sprang from a flat horse pasture to a six acre gem of ponds, berms, and over 50 gardens. It is one of the jewels of Northwest Colorado and one of a handful of botanic gardens in the State. The Park is on land donated to the City of Steamboat Springs. The facility is directed by a board of interested citizens who oversee the Park's operations and raise funds through memberships, donations, sponsorships and grants. The Park receives no tax dollars.
Stagecoach Lake, NE is a State Recreation Area located 1 mile south of Hickman, NE and resting on the south tributary of Hickman Branch. The 120-acre reservoir has two fishing piers (handicapped accessible), 50 camp sites (30 of which include electrical hook-ups), a boat ramp, and picnic facilities. A State Park Permit is required for entry.
34855 US 40, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Located in the lush Yampa Valley Region of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Haymaker Golf Course is a Championship Golf Course Gem. Snow-capped Mount Werner frames many of the holes, while the spectacular Flat Top Mountain Range serves as a picturesque backdrop. As your day begins, directly ahead of you is a challenging links-style course with native grasses and wetlands to enhance the wide open fairways.
26815 W US Highway 40, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Since being established in 1964, The Steamboat Golf Club has remained a treasure in The Yampa Valley. With generous fairways, small target greens, and challenging shots, a round here will satisfy even the most discriminating player. The 9- hole course borders the Yampa River featuring beautiful views of the valley and Steamboat ski mountain. Free Warm-up cages and a chipping & putting green are available on site.
The Yampa River provides world-class recreation, is the source of a thriving agricultural economy, & serves as the life blood for endangered fish species. Perfect for tubing, fishing, rafting, kayaking, and most recently paddleboarding in the summer months.
Located at Howelson Hill downtown. Described as a long cement slide you race down the side of the mountain on. Fun for all ages.
Open in the summer and winter seasons. Great for photo taking and dining transportation.