The Inn at Steamboat
3070 Columbine Drive, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, United Stateshttp://www.innatsteamboat.com+1 970 879-2600 - Front Desk
The Steamboat Pro Rodeo Series
http://www.steamboatprorodeo.com(970) 879-1818Rodeo performances are held on Fridays and Saturdays at the Brent Romick Rodeo Arena located at historic Howelsen Hill in Steamboat Springs, CO. Rodeo performances begin at 7:30* pm and run approximately 2 hours. *Performance on July 4th will begin at 6:30 pm!
35 5th St. Unit 102http://www.steamboatflyfisher.com/home970- 879-6552Our location on Yampa Street, which provides us with over 2,200 square feet of display space for our premium selection of fine fishing equipment and great outdoor gear. Featuring products from Sage, Winston, Scott, Simms, Patagonia, Abel, Hatch, Ross, Lamson and many others, we can outfit you for any angling adventure.The shop overlooks the Yampa River and provides customers with a great opportunity to try out rods and practice skills. Our knowledgeable pro-staff can answer technical questions as well as tips on local waters and proper techniques. For beginners new to fly fishing, we offer premium entry level equipment offered at reasonable prices. For experienced fishermen, we offer quality equipment and information as well as Northwest Colorado's most extensive selection of flies and fly tying material.
The Yampa River Botanic Park
http://www.yampariverbotanicpark.org/index.php(970) 846-5172The Park is free and open to the public from May to October. It serves as a "place of serenity," as a venue for a summer music festival, as a site for weddings and similar events, and as a resource for individuals and landscape architects and designers. The Park sits at 6800 feet above sea level, but, through the use of carefully developed microclimates, supports plants from the entire Yampa River Basin, which runs from 12,000 feet in the Flattops Wilderness to 4000 feet where it enters the Green River and then the Colorado in Utah.
Old Town Hot Springs
136 Lincoln Avehttp://steamboathotsprings.org/index.php(970) 879-1828Old Town Hot Springs, one of Colorado's premier hot springs, is a multi-use complex, open to the public. Old Town Hot Springs is located at 136 Lincoln Avenue (near the corner of 3rd and Lincoln Ave.) in downtown Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The facility is open seven days a week with eight, hot spring-fed pools, two waterslides, (seasonal: winter and summer only), a fitness center, exercise classes, and massage. Steamboat's Old Town Hot Springs is a must on your visit to Steamboat. The Old Town Hot Springs, your non-profit Heart of the Community, is a 501(c)3 corporation, solely supported by facility revenues and donations.
Strawberry Hot Springs
44200 County road #36http://www.strawberryhotsprings.com/2005(970) 879-0342Just 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, and after your first visit you may want to come for the entire day! The vision of Strawberry Hot Springs is to maintain the beautiful natural environment while keeping the park accessible to all. Restrooms and changing areas are available as are picnic areas. Overnight rentals are popular year – round, and hiking and biking trails are nearby in Routt National Forest. We are only a short drive or shuttle trip from Steamboat Ski Area. Strawberry Park Hot Springs is truly an unforgettable experience. The blending of pure natural beauty and the unique stone masonry of our pools will undoubtedly impress you with each visit. Our facility is unique and unlike anything you have seen before.
Haymaker Golf Course
34855 US Highway 40 E.http://www.haymakergolf.com970-870-1846The 18-hole Haymaker Golf Course in Steamboat Springs, CO is a public golf course that opened in 1997. Designed by Keith Foster, Haymaker Golf Course measures 7308 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 133 and a 73.4 USGA rating. The course features 4 sets of tees for different skill levels.
Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club
1230 Steamboat Blvdwww.rollingstoneranchgolf.com(970) 879-1391The 18-hole Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club in Steamboat Springs, CO is a resort golf course that opened in 1974. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr. , Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club measures 6902 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 138 and a 72 USGA rating.
Pegasus Balloon Tours
42415 East Deerfoot Lanewww.steamboatballoontours.com/(970) 879-9191Steamboat Balloon Tours operates both Wild West Balloon Adventures and Pegasus Balloon Tours in the beautiful Yampa Valley, We fly every day in the summer and winter weather permitting. We can fly up to 10 adult sized people per flight and can do multiple flights per day, we always fly in the morning due to wind currents in the valley. Thanks for checking out our site and we hope to see you soon!
Steamboat Ski & Resort
2305 Mount Werner Circlewww.steamboat.com(970) 879-6111Find family-friendly activities, airfare , lodging, and events for visitors, meeting planners and travel agents.
Steamboat Art Museum
801 Lincoln Avewww.steamboatartmuseum.com/(970) 870-1755Steamboat Art Museum was formed in December of 2005. In 2006 the City of Steamboat Springs was given the historic First National Bank building located in downtown Steamboat Springs. The gift was from the estate of Helen Rehder, a long-time area rancher and artist, who stipulated that the building be used as a museum. SAM has signed a 99 year lease with the City for the entire building and is undertaking restoration of the historic building.
Emerald Mountain Front Side Trails
http://steamboatbiketown.com/map/front-side-trailsAcross the valley from Mount Werner lies the town’s mountain biking jewel, Emerald Mountain. Accessible from the heart of downtown via the Yampa Core Trail, Emerald fits the needs of a wide range of rider abilities with more than 4,000 acres of public land and miles of connected singletrack. While the trail network may appear daunting to new riders, don’t worry. Several core trails, including Lupine, Blackmer, Mile Run and Larry’s, serve as central and easily navigable arteries up Emerald. From these trails you can experiment by veering off onto a number of side loops en route to the Quarry overlook. Offshoot loops like Blair Witch, Quarry Mountain, MGM, Root Canal and Eye-to-Eye offer miles of tacky, singletrack that wend through wildflower-filled meadows and groves of aspen, shrub oak and pine. For longer rides, you can also tie in a loop on the Ridge and Beall trails off the backside of Emerald.
http://steamboatbiketown.com/map/beall-ridge-trailsBEALL: On the decent from the top of Emerald you will traverse the mountain riding a gentle grade on non-technical singletrack. There are several ups and downs along the way and some trickier sections, but you need not be an expert mountain biker to enjoy this trail. The Beall Trail offers views of Rabbit Ears Pass, the Flat Tops Wilderness Area and surrounding ranch land. You’ll meander through open meadows, pine forests, aspen groves and the beautiful gamble oak forest that is so prevalent on Emerald Mountain. RIDGE: The trail can accessed from the front side of Emerald at the base of Howeslen Hill, as an out and back, or as a loop in either direction via Cow Creek off Road County Road 33 “Twenty Mile Road”. To get to the trailhead at Cow Creek head out Routt County Road 33 “Twenty Mile Road” and turn left on Cow Creek (County Road 45). You’ll find the trailhead about a mile down on your left. From the Emerald/downtown side you have the option of riding up a number of trails to the summit of Emerald Mountain. At the top follow the two-track along the ridge. To access the trailhead continue down and to the left just before the closure gate.
http://steamboatbiketown.com/map/mt-wernerWhile Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation known for its world class terrain and champagne powder in the winter, it’s also making waves on the bike front, putting its summer cycling options on the map as much as its skiing. It’s come a long way since its first trails were installed nearly three decades ago; its biking options have grown to encompass a variety of trails for all ability levels spread across the resort. It’s also in the final stages of an updated Summer Master Plan that lays the foundation for new downhill trails marking the first steps in its dedicated freeride bike park
http://steamboatbiketown.com/map/hot-springs-areaMad Creek/Red Dirt Loop. This loop climbs from the Mad Creek parking area up to the historic barn. Look for the Swamp Park Trailhead sign on your left. Climb through aspen and lodgepole forests before descending the steep and technical Red Dirt trail. A short spin along the road returns riders to the trailhead. These trails all link up essentially at the top of the Mad Creek trail, and offer a little something for everyone. From here, riders can follow the meandering trail by the historic barn and bordering a gorgeous alpine meadow to the Mount Zirkel Wilderness boundary, over to the Red Dirt Trail (see above), or across Mad Creek onto double track and loop back to either the Hot Springs Trail or the Mad Creek trailhead parking lot. No matter your route, you’ll likely see birds of prey, deer or elk, fox and other wildlife. You’ll also encounter other trail users, so ride under control. The long locals’ ride starts in town, rides out Strawberry Park Road to the Strawberry Park Hot Springs, down the Hot Springs Trail, up Mad Creek, down Red Dirt, then back up Hot Springs (for a post-ride soak) and finally back into town.
Spring Creek/Buff Pass
http://steamboatbiketown.com/map/spring-creek-trailBegin pedaling up the dirt road. Keep in mind that this is a road that cars do travel on. Stay over to the right. The road will turn to a double track in about .5 miles. Follow this double track up above Spring Creek Park (featuring two reservoir ponds and gazebo.) The first bridge crossing will be in about ½ mile. Stay on this double track for another mile until the trailhead sign is reached. At the sign, climb up a short steep hill to the left and take the immediate right. This is the beginning of the singletrack and the official beginning of the Spring Creek Trail. There is a gate that closes the trail from November 15th until April 15th for elk habitat preservation. From here on, there are no other trails off the wide singletrack. The trail will cross back and forth over the creek until reaching the summit at Dry Lake, approximately 5 miles later. The terrain is mostly hard packed dirt but does have sections of rocks, roots and ruts. It is a continuous climb with many short steep pitches. The trail is not very technical in nature, but the climbs require physical fitness. There is a total elevation gain of 1,200 ft. Upon reaching the top, turn around and enjoy the beautiful ride back down. Be careful, this trail is one of the most popular in Steamboat, so encounters with other riders, hikers, dog walkers and equestrians are inevitable.
1855 Ski Time Square Drivewww.cafediva.com/(970) 871-0508The Yampa Valley is in full display of verdant spring green. Chef Kate and her culinary team wield their craft, transforming the most select ingredients from regional farms, ranches and sustainable ocean fisheries into a Spring Menu that pays homage to our beautiful, budding valley. In our refurbished dining rooms, the veteran wait staff make a career of warm, attentive service. Certified sommeliers and owners Beth Fadel and Paul Underwood have an extensive cellar of over 200 wines from which to choose. We hope to find the perfect match to your taste, meal and budget. Many restaurants subject guests to an experience formal and imposing, where the restaurant proclaims its greatness. We prefer to welcome guests as if to our home, to let the food, wine, service and ambiance speak for itself.
127 11th Stwww.thelaundryrestaurant.com.com970-870-0681The Laundry offers a casual blend of rustic charm and a contemporary urban atmosphere. Our menu's change frequently so gather your friends and join us for creative food and handcrafted cocktails.
Rex's American Grill & Bar
3190 South Lincoln Avenuewww.rexsgrill.com(970) 870-0438Rex's strives to be the fun, entertaining, place where you enjoy the best homemade food and service from a friendly, attentive staff. Our Chefs take care in making everything from scratch, using the highest quality, all-natural ingredients the way it is meant to be. As our guest, we want you to feel welcome as if you were part of our family.
700 Yampa Streetwww.carlstavern.com/(970) 761-2060Some people actually think the Wright Brothers perfected human flight. Around here, we know better. Carl Howelsen turned Steamboat into a playground, skis into wings, and mustaches into an art form. His adventurous spirit is our inspiration. And Carl’s Tavern is a place for adventurous spirits to call home. Here, the hospitality is genuine, the beer is cold, and the food is made from scratch. So come as you are, make yourself at home, and share a few of your own legendary stories. Just don’t try to one-up Carl; you’ll hurt yourself.
Creekside Cafe & Grill
131 11th Stwww.creekside-cafe.com970-879-4925Everything at the Creekside Café that we serve to you is the highest of quality. All of the fruits and vegetables are cut by hand. Our salad dressings are made from scratch with our secret recipes. 100% maple syrup is available. Naked Brank Orange Juice is served. When possible we use local product. We believe in fresh food, not processed food. We are constantly changing our menu to bring you the best possible breakfast and lunch possible.
Noodles & More Saigon Cafe
635 Lincoln Ave(970) 870-1544If you are looking for authentic Pan-Asian cuisine in downtown Steamboat Springs, look no further than Noodles & More Saigon Café. The menu includes rice noodle soup (pho), curry, pad thai, vermicelli bowls, sushi, and fried rice entrees. Noodles & More Saigon Café is dedicated to serving great meals at a good price in a happy and relaxed setting. All of food is prepared fresh daily using high quality ingredients, which has earned them a great reputation among Steamboat locals. Noodles & More Saigon Café is open daily from 11am – 10pm.
635 Lincoln Avenuehttp://backcountry-deli.com970-879-3617Take two fun-loving, yet seriously dedicated guys. Add passion for adventure in the great outdoors, and an equal amount of passion for natural, nutritious, great tasting food that can fuel their lifestyle. Throw in a heavy dose of community involvement. What do you get? Backcountry Delicatessen.
811 Yampa Sthttp://www.thesweetwatergrill.com(970) 879-9500We are a family friendly restaurant located on the Yampa River with a modern vibe committed to serving you healthy, natural, eco-friendly, local, fresh food with many gluten free options and astonishing service.
Winona's Restaurant & Bakery
617 Lincoln Avenuehttp://www.winonassteamboat.com970.879.2483Winona’s is an eco-friendly breakfast and lunch restaurant with a fantastic bakery full of homemade treats. Winona’s is most famous for their incredible cinnamon rolls that are huge, gooey, and not to be missed. Other than their cinnamon rolls, Winona’s also serves up a large breakfast and lunch menu with a good selection of vegetarian items. The dining room at Winona’s is not the largest, so be prepared for a wait during busy time periods. Believe me, it’s worth it!
595 S. Lincoln Ave.http://www.freshiessteamboat.com970-879-8099Freshies is a very popular breakfast and lunch restaurant between downtown Steamboat Springs and the ski area. If you ask any local where to go for breakfast, Freshies will be at the top of their list. There is usually a wait to get a table, but be patient because the food is worth it. For breakfast try one of their Savory Scrambles, or check out their Old Fashioned Oatmeal for a tasty alternative to eggs. The lunch menu features classic sandwiches, burgers, and a large selection of salads and vegetarian friendly items. The menus are affordable, the food is great, there is tons of parking, and the restaurant is packed with locals…what are you waiting for? Get to Freshies!
Sweet Pea Cafe
729 Yampa St(970) 879-1221The chefs at Sweet Pea Café have designed a menu which features items raised or grown in their native environment and offered at the height of their growing season. Sweet Pea seeks out farmers, producers, and other artisans who take special care in their craft. These producers offer Sweet Pea exceptional, freshly harvested produce. When available, the menu emphasizes the unique characteristics of these fresh and healthy offerings. Sweet Pea hopes that you enjoy sharing good food and conversation with family, friends, or just by yourself.