Steamboat Springs

Here you’ll find an authentic mountain town, the Western hospitality that helped make it famous and some of Colorado's most skiable powder. 

A glassy alpine lake ringed by evergreen trees with mountains in the background

One of the many lakes near Steamboat Springs

Charming downtown Steamboat Springs at dusk with fairy lights strung over the streets and the mountains in the background

Charming downtown Steamboat at dusk

A mountain biker rides on a singletrack trail through a stand of aspen trees

Mountain biking through aspen-tree forests

Campers sit on a cliff edge overhanging a mountain lake near Steamboat Springs

Camping near a picturesque mountain lake

Bright yellow wildflowers with a mountain in the background

Wildflower-strewn hikes and mountain views abound

Strawberry Park Hot Springs pools, with people soaking in the pools and lounging on the rocky shores

Strawberry Park Hot Springs

A famous red barn sits in front of a mountain covered with trees in fall foliage — they are rich shades of crimson, orange and gold

Steamboat's famous barn among brilliant fall colors

Yampa River running through the heart of Steamboat with the mountains in the background. A pedestrian bridge spans the river and there are trees with golden fall leaves on either bank.

Yampa River running through the heart of Steamboat

Aerial view of Steamboat Springs, including the highway running through the middle of town, the Rabbit Ears Motel and other businesses

Aerial view of Steamboat Springs

Steamboat Springs Chamber
125 Anglers Drive, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

With a unique combination of mountains and valleys, three different lakes and a river that runs right through town, Steamboat Springs is the perfect setting for just about any summer adventure you can dream up.

In the summer, Steamboat goes from Ski Town, U.S.A.® to Bike Town, U.S.A.®. There are trails around town for easy cruising with the family, and hundreds of other trails for cross-country mountain biking.

Trade your wheels for hiking boots and head out on one of the many hiking and backpacking trails. From easy strolls with the kids to challenging backcountry hikes, the one thing they all have in common is the breathtaking views.

Steamboat offers just as much fun in the water as it does on land. The Yampa River runs right through town and tubing down the waterway is a must-do Steamboat activity. Of course its Gold Medal waters also draw anglers from all over Colorado and beyond. Check out the incredibly scenic waters of Steamboat Lake State Park and Pearl Lake State Park, along with the mountain-ringed reservoir at Stagecoach State Park, where you can fish, boat, canoe and sail. And when it’s time to slow down and relax, there are two geothermal hot springs waiting to rejuvenate you: Old Town Hot Springs — right in the heart of town — and Strawberry Park Hot Springs, a short drive up the mountain.

And adventure doesn’t just take place in the wilderness. In town, you’ll find all sorts of dining and wining options in a variety of restaurants and breweries that offer an array of cuisines and Colorado craft beers.