“In Steamboat, everyone is always willing to do something and is very active.” Teenage Resident

You can spend time anywhere. Here, you celebrate every moment.

From the Winter Carnival to Fourth of July fireworks, seasons in Steamboat Springs are marked by occasions of celebration. People share  pleasures unique to this place and time: ski jumping, festivals, rodeo and cultural events like Strings Music Festival.

The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club has produced more Winter Olympians than any other American city and the  Champagne Powder calls you for alpine or cross-country skiing, snowboarding and leisurely sleigh ride dinners.

You can sink into a hot tub or soar in a hot air balloon. Summer brings clear, warm days for riding, rafting, hiking and golf. The state’s finest hot springs refresh body and spirit alike.

Alpine Mountain Ranch is a proud sponsor of Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo.

 Most people think of Steamboat Ski Resort as a world-class ski mountain, but it’s so much more. The mountain offers activities year round including hiking, mountain biking, gourmet restaurants, and wildlife.


Steamboat Powder Cats

Offering full day snowcat skiing and snowboarding trips since 1983, Steamboat Powdercats is Steamboat’s best kept secret. With 10,000 acres of permitted National Forest terrain located just 20-min from the Steamboat base area on Buffalo Pass, Steamboat Powdercats will get you into the powder even when it hasn’t snowed for a week and even more important, when it’s dumping and the gondola is closed. Check out their website at or their daily photo and video blog page during the winter season.


Steamboat Fly Fisher

Steamboat Fly Fisher, owned by four-time Olympian Johnny Spillane is located on Fifth and Yampa streets in downtown Steamboat Springs and offers experienced guided fishing trips year around. Fish private waters or visit their shop overlooking the Yampa River. You can talk fishing with experts, try out rods, and practice skills.