Nestled peacefully below one of North America’s largest ski mountains, Steamboat has maintained its Old West roots while offering a renewed resort atmosphere and a ski experience unlike any other in North America. With a 75-year Olympic heritage and abundant Champagne Powder, “Ski Town, U.S.A.” remains linked to Western traditions that set it apart from other resorts and make it a first-class international ski and snowboard destination.
The genuine and inviting atmosphere is the same whether you’re enjoying a drink at a local pub or stepping off the gondola ready to experience Steamboat’s expansive six peaks of terrain. Steeps, meadows, groomed cruisers and bowls merge to form a total of 165 trails that meander across 3,000 skiable acres and 3,668 feet of vertical. Additionally, there are four advanced terrain parks, the Mavericks Superpipe and NASTAR racing, providing riding opportunities for all levels of skiers.
But it’s the small things, like tissue at the lift lines, complementary hot drinks each afternoon, welcoming mountain ambassadors, as well as free tours and programs that play an enormous role in creating the warm environment cherished by each of Steamboat’s guests.
Steamboat Resort features include:
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- Nearly $30 million in upgrades since 2006
- 23 lifts including 1 gondoal, 1 high-speed six pack, and 5 high-speed quads
- Great adaptive/special needs resources
- 334 inches of annual snowfall
- Peak elevation of 10,568 feet