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Steamboat Springs, located in the upper valley of the Yampa River at 6,732 feet, is a year-round mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. When the snow melts on Steamboat Mountain, more than 50 miles of gondola-accessible trails open within Steamboat Bike Park.

The Yampa River is both a convenient and promising stretch of waterway to wet a fly line and hook into a trophy trout or even tube, with a mellow section that cuts through downtown, meandering by local watering holes along the way. The Colorado River is a nearby option for guided rafting trips. Whether relaxing in Steamboat’s natural hot springs, playing 18 holes at Haymaker Golf Course or horseback riding in the surrounding wilderness, this authentic mountain town has your summer getaway covered.
8 Favorite Ski Town Oktoberfests

8 Favorite Ski Town Oktoberfests

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The 10 Best Summer Events in Colorado

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  • Summertime in Steamboat on the Mountain and in the Water

    Steamboat offers a wealth of water-based activities to keep you cool this summer. Full Article

    2nd April 2012

  • Steamboat Hosts First LIVESTRONG Ride 4 Yellow Aug. 8

    Steamboat is set for the inaugural LIVESTRONG Ride 4 Yellow mountain bike fundraiser Aug. 8. Full Article

    12th July 2010

  • Get Guided Hike With Gourmet Lunch At Steamboat

    Steamboat Ambassadors guide summer hikes followed by a gourmet lunch. Full Article

    7th June 2010

  • Catamount Ranch & Club

    (970-871-9300; http://www.catamountranchclub.com) 33400B Catamount Dr., Steamboat Springs, CO. This is Steamboat's first and only private golf club. It has 18 holes and a driving range. You'll find it on the north side of the highway coming down Rabbit Ears Pass, headed into town. The Catamount course upholds the Tom Weiskopf reputation for excellence in course design. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Steamboat Strings Music Festival

    The Steamboat Strings Music Festival is nationally recognized, presenting over 85 performances of chamber music, jazz, rock, country, bluegrass, world rhythms, and many other genres every summer since 1988. The Yampa Valley Boys kick off this year's festival on June 19. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Sheraton Resort And Conference Center Golf Course

    (970-879-1391) 2200 Village Inn Ct., Steamboat, CO. Sheraton's Robert Trent Jones, II Championship Golf Course is a semi-private course. It offers private memberships, but you can play if you are a hotel guest. It's off of Mount Werner Circle, nestled at the base of the Steamboat Ski Area. It has a driving range and restaurant. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Haymaker Golf Course

    A 233-acre course with a unique Scottish feel, this 18-hole championship golf course designed by Keith Foster features a full practice facility, pro shop and the Haybale Bar & Grill. Haymaker Golf Course (888-282-2969 or 970-870-1846; Reservations: 877-237-2628) is located on the south side of the highway, down from Rabbit Ears Pass before you get into town. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • A Howling Good Slide At Steamboat

    Ride the Howler Alpine Slide (970-879-6111; http://www.steamboat.com). It's fun for everyone. Take the scenic chairlift to the top of Howelsen Hill in downtown Steamboat Springs. Then you'll fly down a 2,400-foot course, with eight 180-degree turns, six 90-degree turns, one set of three rollers, one waterfall, a 400-foot vertical drop, and the steepest alpine slide terrain in North America. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Steamboat's Gondola Takes You to the Top

    Head over to the ski resort and hop on the Silver Bullet Gondola for a ride to the top of Mount Werner. Take your mountain bike and ride back down. Or you can rent a bike at shops throughout town. Either way, it's a heckuva ride. The Steamboat Gondola (970-871-5252) is located at the base of Mt. Werner in Gondola Square. The eight passenger cabins are a great way to see the sights. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Angling for Lunkers in Steamboat Springs

    Steamboat Springs is a river town. The Yampa flows right through town and fly fishing ranks as a favorite pastime among its residents. After you've fished here, you'll know why: There are a number of local businesses in Steamboat ready and willing to make your trip here a memorable one. Full Article

    1st May 2009

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